To keep your Porsche operating at its best, you’ll need to stay current with routine maintenance and periodic repairs such as oil changes, tire services, and brake pad replacements. You’ll need to make timely repairs to other issues. While it’s certainly not an exclusive list, we’re happy to share some of the commonly reported Porsche repairs you might encounter. One frequent concern often turns out to result from human error, not serious engine trouble. Some technicians unfamiliar with the brand overfill the engine oil during service. This can lead to the engine smoking. (That’s another good reason to select Ardsley Motors for Porsche service!) A documented problem, the ABS module seems to fail more often than expected in Porches. The same is true of the coil pack in the 996 models produced between 2006-2012. The high demands of your street-legal hot rod can also cause premature wear on the CV joints. The 2001-2006 Boxster, Cayman, and 996 are prone to IMS-bearing failure. Finally, years of hard work by the engine resulting in high temperatures lead to plastic breakdown and coolant leaks for older models. No matter the trouble, the Ardsley Motors team can assist you with breathing new life back into your dream car.
It’s easier to keep your dream alive when you keep your Porsche in prime mechanical condition. You can do that when you entrust your prized vehicle to Ardsley Motors. In business since 1985, we’re a family-owned shop, yet we have a worldly ability. That provides some significant advantages for you, our valued customer. You’ll receive the personal service and care you expect from a local business operated by your neighbors. However, you’ll also reap the benefits of having ASE-certified technicians experienced with your European import perform the work on your automobile. Like your car, that’s the best of everything from across the world in Porsche repair.