Genuine Porsche Parts
The Genuine Porsche brand name has always been known for its excellence in delivering performance and excitement to its customers with legendary vehicles. For a higher end sports car, Porsche still delivers one of the most dependable longest lasting cars in the marketplace because of its engineering and quality control. While many view Genuine Porsche as the single most expensive brand available for replacement parts, it is often your only option. Remember to always choose quality and availability when servicing your Porsche, it’s the only way to not regret it later.
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Genuine Porsche Brake Pads & Brake Hardware Kit
When Porsche started manufacturing of its infamous 356 models, the brakes were the standard for the day with drum brakes. In the 1960s Porsche started manufacturing of a disc brake system and have continued to improve on that technology to this day. All models now have four wheel disc brake systems installed with exceptional braking performance as you would expect from the Genuine source in Stuttgart.
The brake pads on a disc brake system are installed in calipers at each wheel which have a piston or pistons to push the pads against the brake discs when you step on the brake pedal. At each caliper there are various clips, spacers and guides that can wear, break or get lost during pad replacement. To make sure your Porsche disc brakes work their best, consider getting disc brake hardware kits whenever you replace the brake pads. These kits will normally include those clips, spacers and guides most normally replaced by Porsche’s own mechanics when performing any brake pad replacement. We stock many of these kits and are available to ship with your brake pad set order tomorrow.
Genuine Porsche Radio Knob
One of the most used conveniences inside your Porsche is likely your radio/stereo, whether your car is a daily driver or a weekend road tripper. Enjoying your favorite music while driving is part of the experience. But as that radio ages, so do the radio knobs for controlling the volume and selections. Perhaps the radio knobs have gotten worn down or sun-dried or broken and fell off. Well replacement radio knobs are available and usually quite easy to install to bring your radio back to looking new. Many of these vital knobs aren’t available through reliable aftermarket sources, often time making the Genuine dealer choice your only one.
Genuine Porsche Crankshaft Oil Seal
The crankshaft in your Porsche engine is what performs all of the heavy lifting work of the engine. At one end it spins all of the belt driven pulleys to charge your battery, give you power steering, and to cool the engine. And the other end it turns the transmission or transaxle shafts to make your Porsche move. So protecting that crankshaft with good oil flow will keep it running smoother, longer.
At each end of a crankshaft where it sits in the engine case there are crankshaft oil seals to keep that engine oil inside the case. Over time these seals will wear and allow oil to seep out. Replacing your Porsche crankshaft oil seals is necessary to prevent excessive lubrication losses that can damage your engine and/or your clutch. Keep a sharp eye out for any oil leaks coming from the lower front or rear of the case, that’s a good indicator of a crankshaft oil seal leak.
Whenever you replace the clutch, resurfacing of the flywheel is also called for at that time. Once you pull that flywheel off you will usually have access to the rear crankshaft oil seal and it’s a great time to get that replaced even if not yet leaking. Front crankshaft oil seal replacement will usually require removal of drive belt(s), timing cover(s), crankshaft pulley, etc. just to get access. Due to the complexity of many Porsche engine designs and the tight quarters to work in, replacement of your Porsche crankshaft oil seals may best be done by a factory trained mechanic with the correct tools and equipment.