Jeep Repair in San Antonio, Texas
Eurasian Auto Repair loves Jeeps and the people who drive them, which is one reason we are the go-to automotive shop for Jeep repair and maintenance services in San Antonio. We know that Jeep owners count on their vehicles to handle rough weather and even rougher roads, and sometimes no roads at all. Whether you are driving a Grand Cherokee, the classic Jeep Wrangler or a stylish Rubicon, it is important that the Jeep you own gets the proper maintenance service to protect your investment and keep your Jeep running in top form for any adventure you have planned. At Eurasian Auto Repair, our Bosch and ASE Master Certified technicians are trained and experienced with all Jeep models and can provide the highest quality Jeep repair and service around. Also, we perform the manufacturer’s suggested schedule of maintenance services at 30, 60 and 90K miles.
Feel free to stop by Eurasian Auto Repair to see our new facility and talk with one of our service advisers about any questions you may have. Or you can schedule your Jeep repair online. To learn more about us give us a call.
Why use Eurasian Auto Repair?
Driving a Jeep is not just driving a vehicle; it is a part of your lifestyle. It speaks of a love for the road and the adventures waiting to be explored. The team at Eurasian Auto Repair shares your love of adventure and wants to help ensure that those adventures continue for years to come. Our mission is that when you leave our shop, you are leaving in a safer and more reliable Jeep than when you brought it in. As Jeeps are a unique type of vehicle with their own unique problems, the average mechanic does not understand the nuances for quality Jeep repairs. The team at Eurasian Auto Repair is made up of highly trained technicians who are experienced and trained in the use of the newest equipment and technology for all Jeep repairs. This knowledge and expertise ensures our Jeep repairs are done right, the first time, and for a reasonable cost. We use only quality OEM Jeep parts which are built to the highest standards of quality, durability and performance. Our team is trained in the use of factory Jeep diagnostic equipment so that they are able to professionally diagnose any drivability or electrical problems accurately and quickly. Our professional and friendly service advisers can help you evaluate how you use your Jeep, and help you design a maintenance program that will keep your Jeep running at optimum performance for years to come.
For Our Jeep Enthusiasts
The original jeep was designed in just two days! With the United States’ involvement in WWII looming, the government recognized a desperate need to replace its aging fleet of Model T’s and called for a small, lightweight, three seat, four wheel drive vehicle.
Born in the heat of battle, the Go-Anywhere, Do-Anything® Jeep® 4×4 emerged a hero to thousands of Allied soldiers around the world. They are truly a part of American history in a time that we know our men and women changed the course of the world we live in and fought for the freedoms you and I enjoy.
Jeeps went into production in 1941 and they are the oldest mass produced 4×4 vehicle. They are an unsung hero of World War II as they transported our soldiers around multiple theatres of battle. Jeeps were used as ambulances, troop transport, supply transport, and a general workhorse on and off the battlefield. There is more about the origins of the Jeep on this website.
A 1962 Willy’s Jeep CJ-6 once owned by President Reagan is on display on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., as part of the Cars at the Capital event organized by the Historic Vehicle Association. The used 4×4 was a Christmas gift from his wife Nancy in 1963, and was famously driven by him around their Rancho del Cielo in California’s Santa Ynez mountains well into his presidency.
Eisenhower’s WWII Willys Is Intact, And Might Be The Prettiest Jeep Ever.
Common Jeep Problems
Bad U-joints: A U-joint, or universal joint, is a part of the driveshaft. U-joints transfer power from the transmission to the differential. Without it, your vehicle will not be able to drive. U-joints, which are found in pairs on the driveshaft, handle the misalignment between the transmission and the rear axle, all the while transferring power to move the vehicle. Symptoms of bad or broken U-joints include hearing a loud clanking or clunking noise when you shift your transmission from one position to another. Another symptoms is feeling a vibration that increases in intensity as your vehicle’s speed increases. Also transmission fluid leaks from the rear of the transmission may mean your U-joints are broken or failing.
Motor Mounts: The purpose of motor mounts is to mount the engine and reduce engine vibration. When there is a problem with the motor mounts, it is usually quite noticeable. Worn, damaged, or broken motor mounts can cause clunking or banging noises, or other sounds as a result of the engine shifting to the point of contact. Another symptom of a bad or failing motor mount is extreme vibration. The movement may be particularly pronounced when accelerating, and may also be accompanied by noise that sounds like impact.
Brakes: When it comes to brakes, you need to find out the problem BEFORE replacing parts. Sometimes this is harder than it sounds. Some owners attempt to diagnose and repair the problem on their own. Brake issues are, however, a safety concern and should be addressed by an expert. Furthermore, a professional garage with experience will be able to tell you whether or not these repairs could be covered under warranty.
- Brakes and wheels get real hot when driving
- Car pulls to one side during braking
- Squealing brake noise when coming to a stop
- Steering wheel shakes during heavy braking
- Brakes make grinding noise when applied
- Brake Pedal feels soft or goes all the way to the floor
- Brake Pedal feels hard when pushing on the brakes
- Brake pedal jumpy (ABS systems)
- Shake, side pull, binding, grabbing, grinding, squealing, overheating and soft/hard pedal issues.
Common Jeep Maintenance Services Include:
- Change Engine Coolant
- Change Transmission Fluid and Filter
- Change Engine Oil and Replace Oil Filter
- Inspect and Change Cabin Air Filter
- Inspect and Rotate Tires
- Inspect Engine Cooling System and Hoses
- Inspect Brake Pads, Shoes, Rotors, Drums, Brake Line, Hoses, and Parking Brake
- Replace Brake Fluid
- Inspect Exhaust System
- Replace Engine Air Filter
- Replace Fuel Filter
- Replace Spark Plugs
- Inspect Rear Differential Fluid
- Service Inspection
- Inspect/Replace Power Steering Fluid
- Inspect Accessory Drive Belt Condition
- Transfer Case Flush/Fluid Exchange
Jeep Models We Service Include But Are Not Limited To:
- Grand Cherokee