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F1Racer 3,826 575 October 10, 2015 at 08:05 AM in Oil Change (5) More Amazon Deals
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SIX (6) Qts for $27.99 [amazon.com]
Not 5 qts for you Walmart math wizards.
Euro specific for fancy german cars.

Back again. But not expected to ship until 10.16.15.
This is a Prime Exclusive so you will need prime membership.

There is this M1 $15 rebate [mobiloil.com] floating around - that may or may not be an eligible purchase - as it states participating vendors which Amazon is not on the list.
Another version [apfco.net] of that form.

So trying may net you $12.99 before possible taxes.
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Out of stock.
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price shows $46.88
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price shows $46.88
Shows $27.99 for me. You're definitely a Prime member, right?

Also says in stock on 10/20/15,

Where are we on Mobil honoring the rebate for Amazon purchases?
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Shows $27.99 for me. You're definitely a Prime member, right?

Also says in stock on 10/20/15,

Where are we on Mobil honoring the rebate for Amazon purchases?
ymmv on that one. I got my last two on the last offer...but it's hit or miss..make sure to circle the product and the date on the bottom of your print out.
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I have prime and it's not showing that price but there's a link to a 5 quart for similar price... I need to do an oil change on my porsche anyways. thanks op.
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question, i have the 2.7L and ppl say it takes about 9 qts, but my independent shop said they were able to only get about 7.5qts out and told me to check the oil level again after driving home (5mi). I got home and saw the electronic gauge said I'm about 75-80% so I poured 0.5 qt first, measured again, and another 0.5qt to get the gauge to show full. Any thoughts? This is my first Porsche (just a simple 5spd 987 Boxster)
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I have prime and it's not showing that price but there's a link to a 5 quart for similar price... I need to do an oil change on my porsche anyways. thanks op.
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question, i have the 2.7L and ppl say it takes about 9 qts, but my independent shop said they were able to only get about 7.5qts out and told me to check the oil level again after driving home (5mi). I got home and saw the electronic gauge said I'm about 75-80% so I poured 0.5 qt first, measured again, and another 0.5qt to get the gauge to show full. Any thoughts? This is my first Porsche (just a simple 5spd 987 Boxster)

I wouldn't take my car back to that shop.. I have a boxster S, the oil change procedure is easy to search for on google. It is a little different than most cars because it's a variation of a sumped oiling system, but you shouldn't be having to add oil because of the incompetence of the person working on your car.. that is not a cheap engine to replace.
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Yeah, I'm a bit dubious, but they've worked on my cars for so long and based on YouTube videos the procedure is fairly straight fwd. These guys have worked on 911s too. The car has driven fine for about 1k miles since the change (it's my weekend toy). I love it and went ahead and got new OE 18in wheels, cayman spoiler, and GT3 shifter done (DIYs). I also had to replace wipers and hood shocks but thx to Pelican Part, it's fairly straight fwd. Now I just need to get to the whole windshield washer nozzles not working thing........
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I wouldn't take my car back to that shop.. I have a boxster S, the oil change procedure is easy to search for on google. It is a little different than most cars because it's a variation of a sumped oiling system, but you shouldn't be having to add oil because of the incompetence of the person working on your car.. that is not a cheap engine to replace.
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Yeah, I'm a bit dubious, but they've worked on my cars for so long and based on YouTube videos the procedure is fairly straight fwd. These guys have worked on 911s too. The car has driven fine for about 1k miles since the change (it's my weekend toy). I love it and went ahead and got new OE 18in wheels, cayman spoiler, and GT3 shifter done (DIYs). I also had to replace wipers and hood shocks but thx to Pelican Part, it's fairly straight fwd. Now I just need to get to the whole windshield washer nozzles not working thing........

Pretty much the only problems i'm having are top-related.. the screws stripped out where the top clamps down... the normal stuff broke that pulls the top up and down (i don't care if i do it manually)

Fun cars! The S was a really good move.. i'm used to cars with 400+ hp but this is still pretty much my favorite car... can't beat it for small road trips.
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I have prime and it's not showing that price but there's a link to a 5 quart for similar price... I need to do an oil change on my porsche anyways. thanks op.
It's back in stock as of 5.13PM EDT on 10.12.15!

Amazon does this often so want to keep this link handy.
Good luck.
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Just bought one. That coupon won't work though since the retailer is not listed. They are not that stupid
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Just bought one. That coupon won't work though since the retailer is not listed. They are not that stupid
Oh really?

http://slickdeals.net/newsearch.php?showposts=1&threadid=8017715&q=amazon
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