There are a number of signs that are indicative of a drive shaft support failure in a Porsche. If your driveshaft support has become compromised, you will likely need to replace it. A driveshaft support will deteriorate over time, and if a replacement is not completed, this could cause the failure of the entire …Read More
A Porsche’s oxygen (O2) sensor is an important part of the exhaust and emission process. It is essential to maintain this component for optimum performance of your car.
Additionally, the O2 sensor provides your Porsche with functions that can help identify issues with your car’s performance. If the O2 sensor is not functioning properly, …Read More
When you invest in a high-performance Porsche, you expect high-quality performance. There isn’t a lot that you need to keep an eye out for outside of standard maintenance, but there are a few common issues that owners should be aware of to prolong the lifespan of your model.
One of these issues, primarily …Read More
Of the many problems that can occur under the hood, issues with the oil of your vehicle can be detrimental, especially to a car as performance-based as Porsche. The importance of oil is understated to every vehicle, and ensuring that your oil is free of pollutants should always be your first priority.Read More
All Porsche drivers know the superior handling and driving experience that this brand offers, which makes driving all other vehicles pale in comparison. It’s why the name Porsche is synonymous with power and excellence.
As your Porsche ages, as with all cars, you’ll start to notice some issues begin to arise as parts naturally become …Read More
One of the most common mechanical issues that Porsche vehicles experience is the failure of the ignition lock assembly. The ignition lock assembly is made up of several parts, any of which can wear out prematurely and result in an annoying and potentially dangerous issue. Owners of classic Porsche models need to be even …Read More
The oil separator is a component of your vehicle’s engine responsible for extracting oil from the air flowing through the engine. The oil is ultimately stored inside the crankcase to keep it separate from everything else, especially since the oil flowing through the engine is piping hot and can result in combustion if mixed with …Read More
As a proud Porsche owner, you expect your vehicle to show off its luxury, enhanced performance, and durability every time you take it for a spin. Unfortunately, just as with any other type of car, your Porsche is susceptible to developing issues in need of repair. One of the most common Porsche problems is a …Read More
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 …Read More
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 …Read More