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Volkswagen Repair in San Antonio

When you are looking for a Volkswagen repair shop in San Antonio, you are looking for a shop that understands what it means to drive a VW.  At Eurasian Auto Repair, we understand that VolkswagenVolkswagen Repair - Eurasian Auto Repair enthusiasts are people who believe in quality work done by experienced technicians using the right parts and equipment.  With models that range from sedans to SUVs, along with the unique sizes of Beetles and Golfs, you need a team of ASE Certified Master technicians like the one at Eurasian Auto Repair.  They have years of experience working on Volkwagens.  We recognize that each VW model comes with its own specifications for maintaining peak performance and reliability, and we have the expertise to take care of any issue.

While Volkswagens are not often thought of in the same breath as other luxury vehicles, VW continues to surprise drivers with their power, comfort, and dependability, making them increasingly popular vehicles to own.  And when you own a car that you love to drive, you want that car to last a long time.  One of the costliest, and most common, misconceptions comes from thinking that you can save money by ignoring your Volkswagen’s manufacturer recommended maintenance service. However, this is simply not true!  By performing auto maintenance regularly on your vehicle, you can avoid costly repairs down the road.  A second misconception is to think that only Volkswagen dealerships can perform auto maintenance services – also not true! With proper repairs and factory-scheduled auto maintenance services, Eurasian Auto Repair can help your Volkswagen continue to be the reliable vehicle it was intended to be for many years to come.


Why use Eurasian Auto Repair?

Where you choose to get your car fixed can make a big difference in the quality and price you receive.  And choosing the wrong shop can lead to costly drawn-out projects that only fix the problem in the short term. This is never more true than when talking about a foreign vehicle like a Volkswagen.  At Eurasian Auto Repair, our dealer trained Bosch and ASE Certified Master Technicians are trained to work on Volkswagens. We use only OEM parts and have the latest state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment.  Volkswagen owners know they can’t take their car to just any shop. They need to use a shop like Eurasian Auto Repair that has the right equipment and the expertise for working on all models of Volkswagens.  If you have any questions about your VW, our professional service advisors can walk you through all the service or repair options for your vehicle.

To schedule your Volkswagen repair or to learn more about us, feel free to give us a call at (210) 490-6552.


Volkswagen mechanical fuel pump failure:  This may cause the VW engine to run lean, misfire, hesitate or stall. If the VW pump fails entirely, no fuel will be delivered to the carburetor and your Volkswagen engine will not start. For the DYI folks:  please know that a leaky fuel pump is dangerous because the fuel could ignite, resulting in a fire.

Volkswagen camshaft problems:  Over time, the VW camshaft position sensor can fail or become worn out, due to accidents or normal wear and tear. There are a few warning signs to watch out for before your camshaft position sensor completely fails and shuts down the engine. When your Volkswagen check engine light comes on, your VW does not drive like it used to, or your care will not start are all possible symptoms of a bad camshaft.

Volkswagen thermostat problems:  These can be difficult on your wallet because they can ruin your VW engine. This is a critical component that, when faulty, must be repaired immediately. Some symptoms of VW thermostat problems are overheating, temperature fluctuations, and poor VW engine performance.

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Common Volkswagen Maintenance Services:

  • 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

For our Volkswagen enthusiasts, here are some “fun facts” about VW’s:

Volkswagen cars are built with their owners in mind. In fact, the word Volkswagen actually means the “people’s car” in German.

Originally, “VDub” was actually a parody tagline, used in a short series of commercials.

Volkswagen was originally created in 1936.  In the early 1930s, the German auto industry was still largely composed of luxury models, and the average German could barely afford anything a motorcycle, let alone a car. As a result, only one out of 50 people in Germany actually owned a car. Seeking a potential new market, some car makers began “peoples’ car” projects.

Erwin Komenda developed the body of the prototype, which was recognizable as the Beetle we know it today. It was one of the first cars designed with the aid of a wind tunnel.  The car designs were put through rigorous tests, and achieved a record-breaking million miles of testing before being deemed finished.

Volkswagen advertisements became as popular as the car, using crisp layouts and witty copy to lure the younger, sophisticated consumers with whom the car became associated. Even though it was almost universally known as the Beetle or The Bug, it was never officially labeled as such by the manufacturer, instead referred to as the “Type 1”.

Although the car was becoming outdated, during the 1960s and early 1970s, American exports, innovative advertising, and a growing reputation for reliability helped production figures surpass the levels of the previous record holder, the Ford Model T.

On 17 February 1972 the 15,007,034th Beetle was sold. Volkswagen could now claim the world production record for the most-produced, single make of car in history.

Volkswagen Makes We Service Include But Are Not Limited To:

  • Jetta
  • Passat
  • CC
  • Golf Sportswagen
  • Alltrack
  • Tiguan
  • Touareg
  • Beetle
  • Golf
  • Golf GTI
  • Golf R
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