Service Specials

Detail Special
Just $189.95

Make your Porsche look showroom-new!

Complimentary Vehicle Check

For a limited time, stop by Autohaus Lancaster Porsche and we will visually inspect and report on:

  • Fluid levels
  • V-belts
  • Exterior lights
  • Tire wear and air pressure
  • Cooling system and hoses
  • And more!

No cash value. Must present coupon when order is written. Valid only at Autohaus Lancaster Porsche. Porsche vehicles only.

Wheel Alignment

Though wheel alignment may seem like a boring thing to spend money on, it is an essential procedure if you want your Porsche to handle effectively. When your wheels are not aligned correctly, you notice that your vehicle pulls to the left or to the right. Those this pulling may seem harmless, it comes at a cost. The uneven alignment causes your tires to wear out prematurely or unevenly. When your car tires are not aligned, uneven pressure is placed on your wheels. This pressure causes extra friction and resistance that requires additional fuel for your car to operate. It is also unsafe to drive a car with wheels that are out of alignment. If you find that it drifts to the left or right, this means that it is out of line. Another sign that your wheels need to be aligned is uneven tire wear. You may notice that the tires on one side of your Porsche are more worn than those on the other side. You may be so used to your car being out of alignment that you do not notice it drifting. Checking the wear of your tires is an objective way to determine if it may be out of line.

Normally $199.95

Now only $99.95 

with purchase of any maintenance service

Style, verve and grip are taken care of.

Tequipment Winter Wheel Sets give you better handling and road contact for safer driving under wintry conditions. When temperatures drop below 45 degrees Fahrenheit, you will appreciate the extra grip from your Porsche Tequipment Winter Wheel Set. Not to mention the style and verve. To see style choices, click on the link below.

Porsche Tequipment Wheel Sets

Mount and road-force balance tires

Tighter suspension and lower profile tires make performance vehicles more sensitive to vibration. Standard balancing sometimes proves ineffective in addressing ride vibration problems. Tire and wheel manufacturing is very precise, but inevitable inconsistencies in weight, stiffness, and balance—called lateral or radial runout—produce tires “stiff” spots, a condition called force variation, which can cause noticeable vibration. If standard balancing isn’t giving your Porsche the smooth ride you want, it’s possible that force variation is the real culprits. Road force balancing can be counteract these issues.

Road force balancing, sometimes called ride matching, is the most effective way to correct force variation vibrations. A state-of-the-art road force tire balancer measures the force variation and runout of the whole tire and wheel assembly. It also measures the radial and lateral runout of the wheels and tires individually, providing a more accurate account of the variant forces at work in the assembly. This data is then used to determine what steps to take truly balance the tire, from simply adding weights to completely remounting the tire and wheel to minimize the overall runout.


Regularly $199.95

Now only $99.95

With purchase of 4 tires

Battery condition inspection service


Ascertain the battery is the proper size and type for the vehicle application. Compare each of the following characteristics to the vehicle manufacturer’s specifications:
• Cold Cranking Amps (CCA) rating Note: The cranking amps (CA) rating is different than the CCA rating.
• Physical size and mounting style.
• Post orientation
• Ascertain the battery does not have loose posts, and the case is not cracked, bulging, or showing signs of leaking fluid.
• Ascertain the battery surface is free of dirt and moisture.
• Ascertain the battery connections are clean and corrosion free. This includes the frame and body ground connections and connections at the starter motor, starter solenoid and alternator.
• Ascertain the battery cables are properly sized.
• Ascertain the battery cables have no frayed wires and the insulation is intact.
• Ascertain the battery cables are flexible and bend freely. Popping or crackling sounds while bending the cables indicate corrosion. Replace the cables.
• Check the electrolyte solution if the battery has access. Add enough distilled water to maintain the electrolyte level just below the filler tube.
• Check that the battery is properly secured and the mounting hardware is not too tight.


Performance testing and charging

Before performance testing can take place on the battery, a visual check must be done to determine if the battery’s physical condition is adequate for proper operation.

• If the electrolyte solution has been adjusted during the visual inspection, charge the battery for 15 minutes at 15 to 25 amps.
• Charge the battery to obtain at least 12.6 volts (full charge). After charging the battery apply a 150 amp load for 10 to 15 seconds to remove any surface charge. Check the open circuit voltage. If 12.6 volts or above is not measured, replace the battery and continue to evaluate the charging system.
• If the open circuit voltage is 12.6 volts or above, load-test the battery. A good battery will be capable of producing one-half of its CCA rating for 15 seconds and maintain a voltage reading of 9.6 volts (adjusted at 70º F) or above (Table 1). Perform the load test twice, waiting approximately 30 seconds between tests.
• Check for parasitic loads at the battery. An excessive parasitic load can drain the battery in a short period of time. Draws in excess of 0.35 amps should be investigated. Refer to the Original Equipment Manufacturer’s service manual for the parasitic load specification for your vehicle.

Only $29.95

15% off battery replacement

Excludes hybrid battery replacement