Chevrolet Repair in San Antonio, Texas
Eurasian Auto Repair is proud to be a Certified AAA auto repair facility in San Antonio that provides quality Chevrolet repair and maintenance service. Whether you’re hearing a rattle or had a fender bender, you can bring your Chevy to us for any type of Chevy repair service, major or minor. Our Bosch and ASE Master Certified technicians are trained to know every inch of your Chevrolet car, truck, or SUV and can help you keep it running like new. Whatever model of Chevy you own and whatever problems you may be experiencing, Eurasian Auto Repair has a team with the expertise to get you back on track through a wide range of professional services.
To schedule your Chevrolet repair or to learn more about us, please feel free to call us at (210) 490-6552.
Why use Eurasian Auto Repair?
Eurasian Auto Repair’s Bosch and ASE Master Certified Technicians are ready to handle whatever Chevrolet repair or maintenance service you might need. We have years of experience in fixing and servicing Chevrolet vehicles, and a team of technicians that are up-to-date with current technology and equipment. All of the parts we use for your Chevrolet repair are quality OEM parts. So you get the best possible Chevy repair at a fraction of the cost from the dealer. We won’t start working until you’re satisfied with the price, parts, and service you’re going to receive and our professional service advisers can help recommend the right maintenance schedule to keep you safe on the road and your Chevy running at peak performance for years to come. Our dedication to customer satisfaction and top-quality auto repair and maintenance services has kept San Antonio Chevy drivers using Eurasian Auto Repair as their dealership alternative since 1988. So if you’re looking for the best auto shop to bring your Chevrolet, look no further than Eurasian Auto Repair.
Interesting facts about Chevrolet
The Chevrolet Motor Company was formed in 1911. The new company was a cooperative venture between a Belgian-born race-car driver named Louis Chevrolet and William Durant, entrepreneur and the founder of General Motors.
In 1952, GM styling head Harley Earl and a small team of designers set out to create an American sports car using innovative fiberglass body construction. Crowds thronged the resulting roadster — the Chevrolet Corvette — at the 1953 GM Motorama.
In 1975, Chevrolet launched one of their most memorable advertising campaigns — “Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet”.
Corvette slayed the competition − BMW, Ferrari and Porsche − to seize its eighth consecutive Manufacturer’s Championship in 2008, making it the most successful team in American Le Mans Series history.
If all the Chevrolets that were purchased in 2010 were to be lined bumper-bumper, they would cover 51% of the earth’s circumference.
Chevrolet has quite an interesting history. You can read more interesting things about Chevrolet on their official website.
Common Problems with Chevrolets
Mechanical Fuel pump failure: This may cause the engine to run lean, misfire, hesitate or stall. If the pump fails entirely, no fuel will be delivered to the carburetor and the engine will not start. For the DYI folks: please know that a leaky fuel pump is dangerous because the fuel could ignite, resulting in a fire.
Thermostat problems: These can be difficult on your wallet because they can ruin a car’s engine. This is a critical component that, when faulty, must be repaired immediately. Some symptoms are overheating, temperature fluctuations, and poor engine performance. A symptom of a bad or failing coolant reservoir is the engine overheating. If the coolant reservoir has any issue that prevents it from properly holding coolant, or from properly pressurizing the system it may cause the engine to overheat. Any issue that causes engine overheating should be addressed as soon as possible in order to prevent any possible damage to the engine.