The Porsche is a car that has been known for its high performance, style and elegance. For many years, it has also been known as the “car of choice” among celebrities. But what happens if you are not famous? What should you know about Porsche repair?
This blog post will give you information on the stages of owning your car when getting it tuned up is necessary.
Why opt for a dedicated Porsche specialist?
It is important to find an automotive specialist who understands the specific needs of your Porsche. There are many shops that specialize in different kinds of vehicles, so if you own a Mercedes-Benz or BMW, do not take it to the shop where they work on Toyota’s and Ford trucks—even though they may be able to repair it, this is not the best choice to keep your car running smoothly.
The 4 classes of Porsche repair
There are four classes of Porsche repair Dubai: The first class is a “simple tuneup” which should be done every fifteen thousand miles or less, depending on how you drive and where you live (city vs highway). This includes replacing spark plugs, wires and filters. You can do this yourself, but if you are not experienced with Porsche repair or the tools that it requires, then this is probably best left to a professional.
The second class of car service for your Porsche is what they call in-depth tuneup which should be done every thirty thousand miles and includes all the items in a simple tuneup plus replacing fuel filters and a brake check.
The third class of car service for your Porsche is a major tuneup which should be done every sixty thousand miles and includes all the items in a simple and in-depth tuneup plus replacing fuel injectors, complete flush of cooling system if needed, new timing belt kit with water pump replacement (this must be done by an authorized Porsche repair specialist), engine valve adjustment if needed and new brake fluid flush.
The fourth class of service for your Porsche is “rebuilding”. This should only be done by an authorized Porsche repair shop and usually includes any major engine or transmission work.