Eurasian Auto Repair is the leading expert for Pontiac repair and maintenance in the San Antonio area. Everything from oil changes to transmission and engine repair, Eurasian Auto Repair is the trusted dealer alternative for your Pontiac repair and maintenance needs. Our facility has the capability to diagnose and repair your Pontiac while saving you time and money. We only use quality OEM parts to ensure you get the highest quality Pontiac repair. We understand how important your Pontiac is to you and we are committed to keeping you safe on the road while keeping your Pontiac running at top performance for years to come. To schedule your Pontiac repair or to learn more about us, please 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. We are independently owned and operated, and proud to be a Certified AAA auto repair shop. 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 Pontiac without your approval. Our commitment to you is to provide the highest quality workmanship while keeping costs low and inconvenience at a minimum. So the next time you are looking for a reliable auto shop for a Pontiac repair or service, call Eurasian Auto Repair. We want to be your dealership alternative.
Common Pontiac Problems:
Like any other vehicle, Pontiacs have common issues and problems that can go wrong. Common problems you may experience with your Pontiac are issues with the low beams not working, brake lights not working, noises while turning, and door locks not responding. If you come across any of these issues it is best to make an appointment and bring it into the shop to be diagnosed and repaired properly and timely. When looking at the low beam issues with Pontiac some of the common solutions include replacing the headlight assembly and/or replacing the wiring harness. The common solution for the brake lights not working included replacing the body control module. There have been multiple possible solutions to the hearing noises while turning including replacing the intermediate steering shaft, replacing the steering rack, replacing the rack and pinion, replacing the steering shaft, and replacing the ball joints. Lastly, the door locks not responding as previously been diagnosed in some vehicles as being a electrical issue.
History of Pontiac:
Pontiac began as Pontiac Buggy Company in 1894 and in just a few short years became the Oakland Motor Car Company in 1907. About 20 years down the road Pontiac became a part of the General Motors brand. The first car brought to market as a part of the GM brand was a 5-passanger car they fist appeared at the New York Auto Show in 1926. These cars came with a price tag of $825 and about 76,742 of these cars were sold that year. As the years’ pass, they came out with cars that were staples of the company including the GTO, Little GTO, and The Firebird.