If you’re having difficulty getting your key in and out of the ignition, it’s more than likely that you need to replace the ignition switch. The primary role of the ignition switch is as the name suggestion to engage the … Read more
If your Porsche is unregistered, and you wish to prepare it for registration in Victoria you may need an Unregistered Vehicle Permit. This enables you to move your vehicle from its current location to other premises for repairs and assessments, … Read more
Around Melbourne’s Bayside suburbs the sporty Macan is becoming increasingly popular, with its stylish compact body, highly responsive 7 speed gear box and dog friendly interior, it’s now outselling the Cayenne by 2 to 1. In fact, the latest Porsche … Read more
Your Porsche consists of thousands of parts that age and wear and inevitably sometimes need replacement.
Porsche provide easily accessible technical details of every part of your car in the Porsche PET System for spare parts. For Australian cars you … Read more
I wrote this post back in 2017 and have noticed some changes in pricing so have given the post a refresh. The hefty and ever increasing cost of replacing a Porsche key is likely to make you more conscientious about … Read more
At NINEAUTO we use both OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) and genuine Porsche parts. A part can be described as genuine if it is supplied directly through the Porsche network. Genuine Porsche parts will always come in Porsche packaging and be … Read more
2019 is the 25th Anniversary of the launch of the Porsche 993, so the earliest models now meet the VicRoads qualifying criteria for an historic license plate!
Gee how time flies… I bet for many the launch of the 993 … Read more
A heavy and seemingly robust car battery whether for a Holden or a Porsche, does need to be stored in the correct way. A customer last week discovered that a battery carried incorrectly even for a relatively short period can … Read more
No matter how few kilometres you drive we recommend that you bleed and change you brake fluid every two years as a minimum. However, if you track your Porsche, or you regularly go on drives where you hit the brakes … Read more
These small rubber cones are probably up there with brakes and wiper blades as one of the most commonly replaced parts on a Porsche. Judging by appearance, the humble bump stop looks like a very basic part, however the role … Read more