Subaru Repair in San Antonio, Texas
If you’re looking for an auto repair shop for your Subaru, Eurasian Auto Repair provides the highest quality Subaru repair and maintenance service in San Antonio. Subaru owners love their Subaru’s because they’re rugged, good looking and high-performing. And they know they can drive a Subaru for as long as they want – they’re incredibly durable when properly maintained. Choosing the right team to handle your Subaru repairs and maintenance service is important. That’s why Eurasian Auto Repair wants to be your friendly dealership alternative for all your vehicle’s needs. Whether you need service, new parts, repairs, or just have a few questions, our professional service advisers are here with the answers and expertise you are looking for. Eurasian Auto Repair has a team of Bosch and ASE Master Certified Technicians who are dedicated to ensuring your Subaru repair or maintenance service performed is done professionally, on time, the first time, and with the outstanding customer service we are known for.
To schedule your Subaru repair or to learn more about us give us a call.
Why use Eurasian Auto Repair?
Since 1988 customers from throughout the San Antonio area have turned to Eurasian Auto Repair because of our commitment to quality work and trustworthy advice. We diagnose problems accurately; fix it right the first time; and do it all in a timely manner and at affordable prices. Our customers are seasoned drivers who know that with proper maintenance, they can extend the lifespan of their Subaru automobile and keep it looking and driving like new for years to come. Eurasian Auto Repair is here and ready to be your team for all of your Subaru repair or service needs. We have a full-service facility, stocked with the most current tools and cutting edge technology used for all Subaru models, from the popular Outback to the sporty Impreza. Feel free to stop in and visit with our professional service advisers and see why Eurasian Auto Repair should be your first choice for your Subaru automotive care.
How much do you know about Subaru?
The company gets the name Subaru from the Japanese word for ‘The Seven Sisters’ cluster of stars. And their logo reflects the name. Subaru’s famous star logo is the Pleiades constellation. It is one of the brightest star clusters in the night sky.
The WRX is the most ticketed car in the United States.
Toyota is engaged with Subaru in the development and subsequent production of future vehicles, like a new sports car, under the Subaru name.
One of the best things about Subaru vehicles is that they’re durable enough for you to bring your favorite pup along for the ride. If pet safety is a concern, you’ll be pleased to know Edmunds.com rated the top 10 safest vehicles for pets and the Subaru Tribeca made the list.
Common Problems We See with Subaru
Subaru Thermostat or Coolant problems: These can be difficult on your wallet because they can ruin a car’s engine. This is a critical component that, when faulty, must be repaired immediately. Some symptoms are Subaru overheating, temperature fluctuations, and poor engine performance. A symptom of a bad or failing coolant reservoir is the engine overheating. Any problem that causes engine overheating should be addressed immediately in order to prevent possible damage to the engine.
Subaru 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.
- 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)
Common Subaru 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
Subaru Models We Service Include But Are Not Limtied To: