Spare Key Service
We offer a spare key service for Porsche 356.
At our workshop we offer a comprehensive spare car key service for Porsche 356, offering both genuine dealerkeys and our own brand keys for Porsche 356. Just call our workshop to arrange an appointment, have a seat in our waiting area and we will have your spare key ready in no time. For your Porsche 356 we can offer a genuine remote key or a more cost effective key with no locking feature at a lower cost; this key will open and start your vehicle but it will not have the remote functionality, but is less expensive.
Lost Car Keys
We can call to any make of vehicle, even your Porsche 356, to create keys in a lost key situation. Call our workshop today for a quotation as prices do vary depending on the location, year and make of the vehicle.
AutoKey’s lost car keys service sets us apart from our competitors. Being Ireland’s first, and only, AA appointed Vehicle Key Specialists and achieving membership to the SIMI (Society of the Irish Motor Industry) ensures you receive the highest quality services from Autokey.ie that is simply not available from any other mobile locksmith offering a similar service – you are guaranteed to receive a top quality service that will not compromise your vehicle in any way.
We also offer a key refurbishment service for Porsche keys.
If you are having problems with your original key we can refurbish this key back to its new fully working condition. To avail of this service you need to leave your key into our workshop (key only, we don’t need the vehicle). This process can take a minimum of 24 hours. Refurbishments consist of new casing, new blade, new battery and full repair.
Engine Management Problems
We offer a full engine management fault finding service for your Porsche 356. At AutoKey, we only hire the best technicians in the country, with unparalleled knowledge on engine management systems.
We offer a repair service on a wide variety of ABS modules including your Porsche 356.
With today’s modern ABS systems our electronic engineers working along side our mechanics have come up with many solutions for the repair of the modern ABS module. The most common fault present is Break Pressure Sensor Failure. These repairs will normally take 4/7 days allowing for the vehicle to be road tested after repairs are carried out.
We offer an immobiliser repair service for all vehicles, including your Porsche 356.
Today’s immobilising systems are very complex and becoming even more complex on newer models. The owner of AutoKey (Jason Coogan) and his senior electronics engineers are frequently consulted worldwide on various immobilising systems and have worked with companies as far away as Australia. We are technical advisers for a number of companies in the UK and throughout Europe, so you can rest assured that you are dealing with the most qualified people in the business when you contact AutoKey for immobiliser problems.
Electronic Steering Lock Repairs
We are very familiar with problems on electronic steering locks and can deal with your problem promptly and effectively. The movement of your Porsche will be restricted with a steering lock problem and we may have to recover your Porsche 356 and bring it to our workshop to complete the repairs. We can assist you at the roadside in most cases, however if your vehicle needs to be recovered, we have our own Recovery Vehicle and can have your Porsche 356 brought to our Repair Centre on the Naas Road if necessary.
Courtesy Module (comfort Module Kessy Module)
These modules are more common on the VAG (Volkswagen Audi Group) range of vehicles. Responsible for the interior functions of the vehicle and remote key functions we can repair and recode these modules as per your needs. In some cases we require the unit to be coded while on the vehicle.
Instrument Cluster Repairs
We repair any problem you may have with your instrument cluster: illumination problems are a common fault. We have fantastic capabilities repairing these modules due to the fact that we have bench rigs made for almost all models that have common failures. We can simulate any condition on a vehicle’s cluster without the vehicle being present, however after some repairs we may need to recode the cluster and would need your Porsche 356 to be brought in to our Repair Centre.
At Autokey we can repair or re-condition all types of problems with ECU’s for Porsche 356.
The most common problems associated with this Porsche are:
- No Communications with the module
- No Spark
- No Fuel pressure
- No Injection
- Water Damaged
We have dealt with and resolved all of these problems on numerous occasions and are confident we can resolve your issue also. To resolve the problem we will need your vehicle in our workshop for approximately 48 hours.