How Important are New Cabin & Engine Air Filters?

April 30th, 2018 by
Cabin Air Filter New

Similar to the air filters in your home that remove dust and dirt particles from the air, the engine and cabin filters in your vehicle keep the air as clean as possible inside the car and engine. Passenger cabin air filters trap things like pollen and allergens before they get into your car’s interior. Dirty…

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Headlights: Are Yours Working?

April 25th, 2018 by
Clear Headlights

Headlights are an important component of your vehicle. When you drive at night or in the rain, headlights will illuminate the road for you to see better. They also help vehicles driving in the opposite direction identify you. If your lights aren’t working, it’s not only against the law but also extremely dangerous. There’s a…

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Reasons Your Tire Pressure Light May Be Illuminated

March 31st, 2018 by
Tire Pressure Warning Symbol with Guy Putting Air in Tire

Unlike in the past when we had to manually check the tire pressure, today new cars have a Tire Pressure Monitoring System or a tire pressure light to inform you if the tire pressure is incorrect. However, it’s still important to manually check the pressure regularly. Stop at Rusnak/Pasadena Porsche if you need a tire gauge…

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What Are Some Signs To Look For To See If Your Exhaust Is Leaking?

March 26th, 2018 by
Exhaust Pipe

The exhaust of your vehicle is imperative to it running properly and to keeping you safe. This is because its largest purpose is to remove many toxic gases that the engine creates and keep them from moving into the cabin of the vehicle. That is why our team here at Rusnak/Pasadena Porsche is here to…

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Wheel Drives Explained

February 20th, 2018 by

Vehicles have front, rear or all-wheel drives. Rear-wheel drive means the rear wheels are responsible for motivating the vehicle. RWD typically offers better stability. However, vehicles have more difficulty during inclement weather. On the other hand, the front wheels supply the power in front-wheel drive vehicles. FWD is better in bad weather. There are fewer…

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How Much Air Do Your Tires Need?

February 20th, 2018 by

The amount of air you fill your tires with impacts their durability and your safety. Too little or too much air could lead to serious repercussions. Driving on tires with low tire pressure is the leading cause of tire failure. The tire will lose its layers due to the steady friction being generated. Its inner…

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When Your Alternator Is Starting to Break Down

February 11th, 2018 by

If you have dim lights in your car or you notice trouble getting your car to start in the morning, this could mean that your alternator is starting to break down. As part your electrical system, the alternator is responsible for recharging your battery when your car is running. The alternator doesn’t usually need a…

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Learn More About Your Spare Tire

January 31st, 2018 by

Vehicle owners may notice that their car or truck comes with a spare tire. It may either be compact or the same size as the vehicle’s other tires. Compact tires are usually provided when a manufacturer wants to preserve space in the trunk, and they may be referred to as “donuts.” If a provided spare…

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Technology Helps Us Fit Your Schedule

December 30th, 2017 by

Technology has improved in many ways over the years with vehicles. The same is true for scheduling customers. You once could just call the service team to get on our calendar. These days getting an appointment is as simple as visiting our online service scheduler. The online service scheduler is a simple tool you can…

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The Proper Oil Change Interval

December 28th, 2017 by

Oil is an essential fluid for an internal combustion engine in any vehicle regardless of make or model. Oil lubricates the internal parts of the engine and prevents damage caused by friction. It also allows an engine to operate more efficiently by lowering the amount of heat that is caused by friction. This extends the…

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Rusnak/Pasadena Porsche
325 W Colorado Blvd
Pasadena, CA, 91105 US
(844) 242-2516
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