Yearly Archives: 2021

Transmission Repair vs. Replacement vs. Rebuild

Transmission Repair vs. Replacement vs. Rebuild

Your transmission is the part of your car that moves the power from the engine to your wheels. Like other parts of the vehicle, your transmission also requires regular maintenance to perform well. While there are numerous ways your transmission can signal trouble, the main ones are warning lights, fluid leaks, and a burning carpet smell. If you experience any of these symptoms, take your car to the auto shop pronto.    We can do three possible operations to fix your transmission: repair, replacement, and rebuild. Transmission Repair A transmission repair is the least expensive approach of the three. Repairs are to fix more minor damages with the transmission. This type of job includes fixing specific components, in-car repairs, various modifications, and resealing. Transmission repairs do not require the system to be reassembled entirely. This type of service is also not an option for transmissions with severe damages. Your mechanic will assess the condition of your trans ... read more

How to Protect Your Car Battery from the San Antonio, TX Heat

How to Protect Your Car Battery from the San Antonio, TX Heat

For the locals, we know that the Texas heat is no joke. Despite the anticipation of the summertime, many drivers don't recognize that the intense heat can negatively affect our vehicles. Not only is the weather getting hotter, but heavy traffic is more frequent as well. With our cars being in the heat constantly, don't be alarmed if you have trouble starting your car during the summer. Overheating your car battery can be one of the many problems that arise with your vehicle this summer. How Hot Weather Can Impact Your Battery Your car battery and its health are critical because it is the powerhouse of your vehicle. It helps power your engine upon start-up and serves to keep electricity flowing through your car. The structure of your car's battery is much like a battery you use at home, like a AAA battery in the sense that your battery runs on battery acid.    The hot weather does, in fact, cause your battery's acid to dissipate faster. Unfortunately, the de ... read more

Will It Damage My Engine if I Continue to Drive My Car With the Check Engine Light On?

Will It Damage My Engine if I Continue to Drive My Car With the Check Engine Light On?

If you have been driving and your check engine light goes on, should you get worried? Should you continue driving with the light on? The check engine light is an indication that something is amiss with your car. It could be as simple as a loose gas cap or engine problems. Therefore, you should not ignore your engine light just because the car is still running. You may not see an immediate effect, but with time, it may cause severe damage to your car. Reasons Why Your Check Engine Light Goes on Your check engine light could illuminate due to the following reasons: Bad Oxygen Sensor The oxygen sensor tracks the amount of oxygen in your fuel system. It ensures that the engine air-fuel ratio is efficient and balanced. Otherwise, a faulty sensor leads to less air in the engine, causing your car to consume more fuel. It may also damage the catalytic converter and cause a potential spark plug. Faulty Fuel Cap A broken or faulty gas cap causes a leak in the fuel system, making the ... read more

Does My Car Really Need Fluid Exchanges?

Does My Car Really Need Fluid Exchanges?

Fluids are what keep your car lubricated so it can move efficiently. They also keep your car engine cool by transmitting heat away from it. For these fluids to perform as expected, they must be clean and of the highest quality. Unfortunately, these fluids contact contaminants like dirt that lower their efficiency and call for regular exchanges. Exchanging fluids will increase the lifespan of your car's engine and, by extension, the car itself. Some fluids that need exchanging include: Transmission Fluid The number of times to replace your transmission fluid per month or per year depends on your car's model and how you use it. The details about when transmission fluid flushes should be undertaken should be in the owner's manual. If you can't find your owner manual, you can consult a qualified technician to help flush your transmission fluid as and when necessary. Typically, transmission fluid flushes are done after the car has covered between 50,000 t ... read more

EV Charging Station

EV Charging Station

Electric car charging stations have made it easy for electric vehicle (EV) owners to power their vehicles. We understand that it can be frustrating to find that your car is running low on charge at the most inconvenient of times. However, Eurasian Auto Repair now provides EV charging stations at our San Antonio, TX location, making it convenient to recharge your vehicle on the go. We are located on San Pedro Ave, in the Hill Country Village. At Eurasian Auto Repair, our charging stations feature ChargePoint chargers, designed using state-of-the-art technology to make your charging experience fast and simple. All our electric car charging stations are open 24/7 and can charge two vehicles at a time, so you don’t need to wait when only one cable is in use. We also have staff members available to assist if you need help using our EV charging ports. When you use ChargePoint, you have the advantage of downloading their mobile application on your smartphone, which allows you to keep ... read more

EV Charging Stations

EV Charging Stations

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations now available at Eurasian Auto Repair on San Pedro Ave, in the Hill Country Village. The EV Charging Stations are provided by Charge Point and are compatible with all electric vehicles. Dedicated charging stations located in the front of Eurasian Auto Repair, underneath the signage with red pillars surrounding.  Operational 24/7 hours a day! EV Charging Station is compatible with all electric cars, such as Audi, BMW, Chevrolet, Ford, Mercedes, Porsche, Volvo, Tesla, Jaguar, Kia, Nissan, Volkswagen and more! Need help charging your vehicle? Come on by during our business hours and ask any of our representatives for assistance. To read more about our EV Charging Station at Eurasian Auto Repair's Facility, click here. Call us today (210) 490-6552

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