Mitsubishi Repair in San Antonio, Texas
For quality Mitsubishi repair and service in San Antonio, Eurasian Auto Repair is the place for all your automotive needs. We have a team of professionals ready to handle anything your Mitsubishi vehicle may require. The Mitsubishi brand is known for well equipped, reliable vehicles that combine affordability and performance into a stylish package. The team at Eurasian Auto Repair knows Mitsubishi automobiles and has the specialized skills, tools, and diagnostic equipment specifically designed to service and repair all makes and models of Mitsubishi vehicles. Our entire staff of highly skilled auto technicians is Bosch and ASE Master Certified. We have the latest technology and diagnostic tools to take care of any Mitsubishi repair from bumper to bumper. We are proud to be an established part of the San Antonio community, and we see it as our duty to keep San Antonio families safe on the road. We know that properly serviced and repaired vehicles keep you and your loved ones safe, and allow your Mitsubishi to perform reliably and safely for years to come.
Why use Eurasian Auto Repair?
Eurasian Auto Repair’s philosophy is that we treat you and your automobile like family. Our highly trained staff, professional and straightforward service advisers, and competitive prices are just a few of the reasons customers choose Eurasian Auto Repair for all their Mitsubishi repair and service needs. We are independently owned and operated, and have a brand new facility equipped with the latest, cutting edge tools for tackling the most complex issues. Our commitment to training and use of OEM and OE quality parts is why so many Mitsubishi owners count on Eurasian Auto Repair to care of their cars. Our friendly staff and commitment to customer satisfaction is why they keep coming back. We invite you to stop by, give us a call or easily schedule your Mitsubishi repair online and you’ll see for yourself why Eurasian Auto Repair should be your go-to facility for all your automotive repair or service needs. To learn more about us, stop by our facility or give us a call at (210) 490-6552.
Interesting Facts about Mitsubishi
In the 1870s, the shipping company Tsukumo Shokai (the predecessor of Mitsubishi) used a triangular water chestnut icon on its ships’ flags, and it is from this icon that the current three-diamond Mitsubishi icon originated. The name “Mitsubishi” refers to the three-diamond emblem. “Mitsubishi” is a combination of the words “mitsu” and “hishi”. Mitsu means three. Hishi means water chestnut. Japanese often pronounce the “h” sound as a “b” sound when it occurs in the middle of a word, thus rendering the name Mitsubishi.
Mitsubishi has a longstanding partnership with Jackie Chan who uses only vehicles from the brand in his films. The Lancer Evo became particularly famous because of his movies.
Mitsubishi beat five Guinness World Records in 24 hours in 2011. Taking their newly released Outlander and Outlander Sport to remote Canada, they racked up a series of unrivaled achievements in one day.
Mitsubishi Motors corporate tagline “Drive@earth” holds two meanings: a renewed focus on the connection between driving and environmental issues, and a reference to the unique variety of landscapes our planet offers us to discover. You can read more about Mitsubishi Motors mission on their official website.
If you are experiencing problems with any lighting of your vehicle, we’d like to make you aware that Mitsubishi Motors has ordered a recall on certain years of the Lancer, Lancer Evolution, and Outlander due to a failure of the ECU unit that controls the headlights, taillights, and windshield wipers. If you believe your vehicle may be included in the recall, you need to call your Mitsubishi dealer. Make sure you have your vehicle’s VIN available. Mitsubishi dealers will replace the affected electronic control unit. Owners can contact Mitsubishi customer service at 1-888-648-7820 to find out more. The Mitsubishi recall number is SR-15-002.
Bad Engine Control Module
The ECM is basically an on-board computer in your car. It is composed of hardware that’s encoded with a software program that tells the car how to run. Problems with the engine control module are difficult to trace, often come and go, and the symptoms often don’t seem related to the source. This is one area that requires the expertise of a trained auto technician.