German car makers made no mistake when they designed the Volkswagen. You get style and the European-made quality without the price tag of many other European makes and models. The VW has become growingly popular over the last few years. Even though it is engineered with quality in mind, it is not perfect which means it can have issues like any other vehicle. When your Volkswagen shows signs of repair, SimplyEuro’s team of experts can easily diagnose the problem with the latest diagnostic scanning tools. An accurate diagnosis will save you further damage and more costly auto repairs.
Whether you hear an unusual noise or notice something that isn’t quite right with your Volkswagen, the experts at SimplyEuro will find the best solution for the problem. With attention to detail, years of expertise, and our commitment to excellence, you will not find a better team to repair your VW.
From small repairs such as brake pad replacement to a major repair like an engine overhaul, the technicians at SimplyEuro can handle all repairs that your Volkswagen needs.
To avoid premature repairs and protect your investment, SimplyEuro suggests getting routine maintenance done on your vehicle. The recommended maintenance schedule can vary according to the specific car, the driver’s habits, and the environment the driver usually drives in.
Simple oil changes around 12 months or 10,000 miles is a good rule to follow, but always reference your owner’s manual and follow the technician’s recommendations. The tech can factor in outside elements and conduct a full inspection on the vehicle.
If you drive a Volkswagen, you should know that there are some common issues with it.
- Oil Leak – If you don’t get your regular oil changes or you drive in extreme climates, you might notice that you are getting unexpected oil leaks. This type of leak can be caused from a defective valve cover gasket or worn out O-ring. Whatever the case, the technicians at SimplyEuro can diagnose and fix the problem.
- Coolant Leaks – From the Radiator, Coolant Hoses, or the Water Pump
- Exhaust Smoke – Can indicate a coolant leak resulting in a faulty head gasket or a warped cylinder head
- Timing Belt, Water Pump, Tensioner, and Roller Replacement – Often needed before expected time
- Steering Issues – Can be caused by rotors that need to be replaced or the improper mounting to the axle
Regardless of the problem that your VW may be having, you can trust that the certified technicians at SimplyEuro will give you quality care at a fair price. Come by today or call to make and appointment.