Porsche Repair Dallas 

  • Certified Technicians
  • Over 30 Years of Experience 
  • Servicing ALL Porsche Models
  • Free Shuttle Service from Your Home or Office
  • Hand Wash & Vacuum Your Car After Servicing It
  • Our VIP Service promise is offering you the highest quality materials and workmanship available along with the prompt, courteous customer service you demand.
  • Performance of the proper maintenance service or repairs necessary and stamp your car’s maintenance book (keeping your car’s original manufacturer’s warranty valid).

When it comes to maintenance or Porsche repair, Dallas has a few places to choose from…but why not choose the best? AUTOSCOPE is DFW’s premier facility for Porsche service. AUTOSCOPE knows that “Porsche Service” is something proud Porsche drivers take seriously, which is why AUTOSCOPE carries factory-certified technicians with extensive experience servicing Porsche. Autoscope maintains a presence in the DFW Metroplex area. with three locations providing Porsche repair. Dallas, Plano and Park Cities make Autoscope a convenient choice for the DFW Metroplex area.

Porsche Repair Dallas

Porsche Repair Dallas | Autoscope

Once you experience our Italian leather waiting areas, flat screens, espresso machines and a large viewing area of our Park Cities service facility, Autoscope will soon become your only choice for maintenance or Porsche repair in Dallas.

With locations in Dallas, Plano and Love Field AUTOSCOPE is DFW’s first choice for European automotive service and repair.

Contact us today to ensure your service experience is one you deserve.

We want you to see why we are a world class facility. Please accept our invitation to experience service as it should be. Our VIP service includes:

  • Free shuttle service from your home or office.
  • Performance of the proper maintenance service or repairs necessary and stamp your car’s maintenance book (keeping your car’s original manufacturer’s warranty valid).
  • Hand wash and vacuum your car after servicing it.
  • Our VIP Service promise is offering you the highest quality materials and workmanship available along with the prompt, courteous customer service you demand.

Specific Porsche Repair and Maintenance Services

 

 

 

Hi, I’m Paul with Autoscope. Behind me is a Porsche Cayenne S with a coolant leak. We’ve got a suspicion that it could be the coolant pipes underneath the intake manifold and possibly the water pump, so let’s go ahead and take a look at that and see what we find.

And here is our Porsche Cayenne with the coolant light that was on. Here’s what we found. The water pump is right here behind the intake, its right up here on top. And I should be able to get a light on it and we should be able to see it. You can see it moving right there just a little bit, it’s got the belt on it. It should have no play whatsoever and as you can see that there is some, so what we’ll do is we’ll get the intake off and we can all take a look and see what’s going on underneath.
 

So we’ve got the intake off, it’s much easier to see now. So here’s our water pump pulley, and you can see the play that’s in there. So we’re going to need a couple more pieces removed and get that water pump replaced. Here’s the old water pump that we just took off the Porsche Cayenne. This is the inside, the in color, and what goes wrong on these typically is on the inside behind this impeller, is a rubber seal.

Now over time that rubber seal just breaks down, and it allows water, or coolant to pass through the pump to the bearings that are located right underneath this triangular shaped piece. What bolts to the triangular shaped piece is the pulley that actually runs off the fan belt and what happens is, when that coolant gets into the bearings, it just causes them to rust and get water, coolant on metal bearings and over time they rust, and once they do they fail internally. It just forms too much play in there and that is where the leak comes from. So I just wanted to take a moment to show that to you.

Here’s another shot of our Cayenne engine, we’ve got the plastic hoses removed, as well as the hose, the larger one that we couldn’t see earlier, that goes from here to this direction, that’s removed as well. This cylindrical item here in the middle is the starter, it’s a very difficult place to get to. You can see that there is some coolant down in there, leaking, it came out here at the fixture. Those plastic hoses will be replaced with the aluminum upgrade unit shortly. We’re back with our Porsche Cayenne, I just wanted to show you the lower coolant hose is now installed. Obviously replaced with a metal one. Its aluminum, it’ll hold up much better than the rubber one that comes from the factory. I’ve got the other coolant pipes right here, those will be installed here shortly once the thermostat housing is reinstalled. There’s a look and we’ll revisit it once those pieces are on.

Looking at the engine again from the front to the back, here’s the newly installed water pump, thermostat assembly and the aluminum coolant hoses. Here we are, everything’s put back together, this is the intake manifold and coolant. The coolant pipes run directly beneath that, and the new water pump is located here beneath the intake.