As a Volkswagen owner, you have invested in a car you expect to be reliable. However, just like any other car, a Volkswagen still requires car repair from time to time. At Eurasian Auto Repair, we have been providing Volkswagen car repairs in the San Antonio area since 1988. So we understand how important it is to keep your trusted VW in good condition and on the road. Our shop is well-equipped to handle all your Volkswagen’s repair needs. We have a full-service facility, stocked with the most current tools and technology used for all Volkswagen models. Our technicians here are Eurasian Auto Repair are ASE certified and have years of experience working with European vehicles.
Common Volkswagen repairs we see come in include but are not limited to the water pump, thermostat, vacuum pump, and spark plugs.
Your Volkswagen’s maintenance services ensure that fluids and components that need regular attention are attended to. By performing regular auto maintenance for your Volkswagen you are able to reduce the risk of serious problems in the future. Missing a maintenance service and not keeping an eye on the fluid level and condition for an extended period of time can cause expensive damage. That is why at Eurasian Auto Repair, we help you stay on track with your Volkswagen maintenance services. Common Volkswagen maintenance services you can expect your Volkswagen to need to include fluid flushes, air filters, and spark plugs.
Volkswagen Oil Change
You Volkswagen’s oil change service is one of the most common maintenance services that will come up. Oil changes are also very important for your vehicle’s longevity. Without having your oil change service performed your oil will become too dirty to effectively perform its job. When this happens the components within the engine don’t get lubricated correctly which will lead to an increase in wear on your Volkswagen’s internal engine components. To avoid premature wear and tear on your Volkswagen’s engine you should always ensure your oil change is done at the manufacturer’s recommended service interval.
Servicing your Volkswagen’s brakes is also a common maintenance service you can expect. Monitoring the wear on your brakes and replacing your brake pads and rotors is not only important for your car, but important for your safety. Your entire braking system is comprised of many other components that may require attention from time to time as well. For example, your Volkswagen’s braking system includes brake fluid that has to be flushed at a regular service interval designated by your manufacturer.
When something goes wrong with your Volkswagen finding out what the problem is can be a challenge. There can be a series of symptoms to look at, test to run, and results to read. However, at Eurasian Auto Repair we have invested in all of the tools, equipment, and technology to properly diagnose your Volkswagen. These same tools are also used when your Volkswagen’s check engine light comes on. Your Volkswagen’s check engine light can be caused by a variety of things. In order to get to the root cause of the check engine light we must use the specialized equipment to connect with the on-board ECM which stores important info about your Volkswagen.