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101 Projects for 997 - Covers Oil, Air and Fuel Filter Changes?

I am embarking on my first maintenance of my new-to-me 2007 997.1 Turbo and looking for the right documentation to help me along...Wayne's 101 Projects for 996 and 997 page says "Cannot confirm this fits my vehicle." Could a moderator or someone confirm this book covers Air filter, Fuel Filter and Oil Filter/Oil change procedures for a 997.1 Turbo?

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Dmitry or others, could you confirm the book covers these topics for a 997.1 Turbo? Sorry I cant call in...travelling on the other side of the world but want to place an order for when I get back home....
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Dmitry, anyone? I am trying to buy the right book from our Host.
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I think that book should be similar for some DIY work you do on your 997 Turbo, but not all as it was done on a Carrera. We do have tech articles here that cover what you're looking to do and gives you some insight on what may be different on your Turbo vs. the Carrera: Porsche Carrera 997 (2005-2012) Technical Article Index | How-to guides for Porsche 911 Carrera | Pelican Parts.
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No,turbo oil change is different. There are videos on line for oil etc. plus some on Pelican to cover all of the turbo maintenance.
Here is Franny doing a 996 turbo
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wOBHGeMHRwo

997 turbo pretty much the same
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lx5MiawtbBY
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