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Category: Porsche Repair

    Porsche Clutch Slave Cylinder

    How a Bad Clutch Slave Cylinder Can Affect Your Porsche

    Posted on June 30, 2019

    When you hear the word slave, you probably don’t imagine a car part. However, the clutch slave cylinder is an essential part to vehicles using a manual transmission. In a high-end vehicle like a Porsche, ensuring that shifting gears can occur as smooth as possible is integral to enjoying the essence of driving …

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    Porsche 987 Boxster

    Reasons Behind IMS Bearing Failure in Porsche in Oakland

    Posted on April 23, 2019

    IMS failure plagues vehicle owners of certain Porsche models. Before buying a Porsche, you may not have been completely familiar with the term IMS. You likely have heard the term by now in the various internet forums that discuss IMS failure and repairs. However, many of those sources tend to spread contradictory information that …

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    Porsche Fuel Leak

    Reasons Behind Fuel Pump Leaks in Porsches

    Posted on March 3, 2019

    The Porsche is an instantly recognizable brand that is associated with sophistication and speed. Over the years, Porsche vehicles have been known for the quality designs they produce and their impressive ability to not sacrifice performance for style. They have been able to beautifully integrate the two, which is why the brand is so widely …

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    Porsche Panamera

    MAF Sensor Failure in Your Porsche: What to Look For

    Posted on November 21, 2018

    Porsche cars are known for their performance, luxury, and impressive road presence. When parts begin failing, it can take a toll on all three of those elements, making your Porsche no more “impressive” than any other car on the road. The Mass airflow (MAF) sensor is one element of your vehicle that is essential to …

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