Hummer Repair in San Antonio, Texas
Eurasian Auto Repair in San Antonio has a state-of-the-art facility with the latest equipment and technologies to handle all your Hummer repair or maintenance needs. If you drive a Hummer, you’ve invested in an exceptional ride and you’ll want an exceptional shop to handle all your repair and service needs. Our team of professionals understands the complexity of your Hummer, and knows exactly how to diagnose and repair it. They have the know-how to properly address the regular maintenance services of the Hummer, as well. Our shop is staffed with Bosch and ASE Master Certified technicians who specialize in Hummer SUV’s and can professionally diagnose and repair your Hummer, keeping you safe while having fun out on the road.
Why use Eurasian Auto Repair?
At Eurasian Auto Repair, we share your enthusiasm for the quality and class of the Hummer brand and we know our Hummer repair and service are second to none. Our Bosch and ASE Master Certified Technicians are professionals who have worked under the hood of Hummers for years. They combine their extensive knowledge with the use of cutting edge technology to provide the right diagnosis and quality repairs the first time, on time, and for a reasonable cost. We use only quality OEM parts and it is our policy to keep in close contact with you, making sure all calls are returned promptly and that no auto repairs are made without your approval. Our professional service advisers can walk you through all the service options and answer any questions you may have about your Hummer. We are the experts in our field, and will save you time, aggravation and money from the start. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your Hummer, please don’t hesitate to contact us by calling (210) 490-6552. You can also schedule your Hummer repair using our website. Not many auto repair shops in San Antonio know Hummers like we do. So if you want a fair price and excellent service, call or visit us today.
Hummer Fun Facts
Hummer was a line of trucks that was developed by the General Motors Company. Marketed as three vehicles, the Hummer H1, H2, and H3. The H1 and H2 were designed after the Humvee, and the H3 was based on smaller civilian market share.
All Hummers have automatic transmissions, even the military ones. Therefore, no stick-shift option is available.
The Hummer is designed in such a way that when fording through deep water, a significant amount of water will actually enter the vehicle, only to be released afterwards through the drain plugs in the floors.
Is it called a “Hummer” or a “Humvee”? The basic vehicle produced for military use is called a High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (or HMMWV), which the military eventually called a HUMVEE for short. When AM General introduced a civilian version of the HMMWV, it was officially called a HUMMER.
Common Problems with Hummer
Bad or Failing Starters: When the starter fails or is beginning to wear out, it will display a few warning signs.
Problems with Interior lights: There are a variety of symptoms, such as lights that won’t turn on, lights that won’t turn off, and lights that seem to have a mind of their own and go on and off for no apparent reason.
Bad or Failing Air Conditioner hoses: Some symptoms that your A/C hoses need to be repaired are lack of cool air blowing from the vents, obvious kinks or damage to the hose, or leaks which leave traces of coolant within the hose itself.