Isuzu Repair in San Antonio, Texas
Eurasian Auto Repair is a leading expert for Isuzu repair and maintenance in the San Antonio area. From oil changes to transmission and engine repair, Eurasian Auto Repair is the trusted dealer alternative for your Isuzu repair and maintenance needs. Our facility has the capability to diagnose and repair your Isuzu while saving you time and money. When repairing your Isuzu we only use quality OEM parts to provide the highest quality in Isuzu repair. We understand how important your Isuzu is to you and our goal is always to offer Isuzu drivers the highest quality workmanship and the best in customer satisfaction. To schedule your Isuzu repair or to learn more about us give us a call at (210) 490-6552.
Why use Eurasian Auto Repair?
Once you take your car to Eurasian Auto Repair, you will realize that you never need to take your car to a dealership again. Since 1988, we have built a solid reputation on honesty and superior service. Whether your Isuzu needs repairs or maintenance, our Bosch and ASE Master Certified technicians have the skills and expertise to return your Isuzu in top-notch condition. At Eurasian Auto Repair, our policy is to keep in close contact with you, making sure all calls are returned promptly and that no repairs are made to your Isuzu without your approval. Our goal is to always provide the highest quality workmanship while keeping your inconvenience to a minimum and your costs as low as possible.
Common Isuzu Problem:
Fuel Level Sensor Failure: It has been seen in multiple cases that the fuel level sensor fails which will cause the fuel gauge to operate erratically. This sensor failure can also cause the check engine light to illuminate as well. To resolve the issue in most cases it is recommended to replace the fuel sender assembly.
Transmission Fluid Leak: It is common for the o-ring to fail causing the transmission accumulator to leak. In most cases, replacing the o-ring should resolve the leak from the transmission accumulator.
Engine Misfires: Oil can get into the spark plug tubes which can lead to an engine misfire. In most cases, to resolve the problem you must replace the valve cover gasket. Along with that repair, it is important that the tubes are resealed and that the spark plug wires are replaced.