How To Keep Your Auto in Top Shape
For many people, next to your home, your vehicle is your second largest investment. Care for it properly and Routine Auto Maintenance will deliver the performance, value, and pure driving pleasure you expect.
A properly maintained vehicle offers the greatest return on your investment by performing safely and reliably. It will also keep its value longer when you care for it. Maintaining your vehicle regularly may also help you avoid more costly repairs later.
The first step toward proper maintenance is understanding your specific vehicle… Knowing what care it needs, when it needs it, and why will help you troubleshoot issues before they become major problems.
You don’t need to be a mechanic yourself to make sure this happens. You just need to know a trustworthy shop, like Europa Auto, to keep you covered.
When it comes to <!- servicing your European vehicle, we do it all ->BMW Factory level training…
Europa Auto is proud to provide routine maintenance — like oil changes, fluid flush and replacement, and manufacturer recommended services at specific mileage points — for Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Land Rover, and MINI, We also provide diagnostics of problems, including oil leaks, noises, check engine lights, and dashboard warning lights like those for coolant, brake, and traction control. If you’ve got a problem, or just want to keep your vehicle running its best, come and see us. We can take care of it.
Some of our popular services include…
Oil leaks from valve covers, head gaskets, oil filter housing, oil filter caps, front and rear main seal, inspection cover, camshaft seals, timing covers, timing seals and gaskets, oil pan, camshaft sensors, and the oil separator hoses.
Engine noise from belts, idler pulley, tensioner assembly, tensioner pulley, water pump, internal engine noises, and motor mounts.
A/C leaks and problems from lines, hoses, o-rings, evaporator, compressor, expansion valve, drier, receiver, pressure valve, blower motor, blower motor regulator, resistor, and the condenser.
Brake noise, lights, and leaks from ABS wheel speed sensors, ABS control units, ABS hydraulic units, brake hoses, brake lines, brake pad wear sensor, worn brake pads, worn or warped rotors, relays, master cylinders, vacuum canisters, vacuum leaks, calipers, parking brakes, stop lamp switch, brake light electric plate, xenon bulbs, and H7 bulbs.
Coolant leaks from radiator, water pump, expansion tank, cylinder head gaskets, radiator cap, expansion tank cap, thermostat, thermostat housing, radiator hoses, heater hoses, duo valves, heater cores, grommets, transmission temperature sensor, overheating from coolant leak, fan clutch, electric fans, cylinder head, broken water pump, broken belt, and fan switch.
Suspension noises from upper and lower control arm bushings, upper and lower ball joints, radius arm bushings, shocks, shock mount, integral links, subframe bushings, motor mounts, transmission mounts, engine mounts, driveshaft, wheel bearings, tires, and wheels.
Power steering leaks and noises from return hoses, suction hoses, pressure hoses, fluid reservoir, low fluid, power steering pump, CV axle, inner and outer tie rods, drag links, center link, and idler arms.
Misfires and rough running from vacuum leaks, air filter, spark plugs, spark plug wires, air mass meter, air mass sensor, PCV crankcase valve and breather hoses, fuel injector, fuel injector o-ring, camshaft sensors, fuel pump, fuel filter, fuel pressure regulator, idle control valve, knock sensor, oxygen sensor, or low compression.
Transmission hard shifting and leaks from worn clutches, low fluid, pan gasket leaks, leaking seals, electrical connector leak.
No start conditions from battery, crankshaft position sensor, voltage regulator, starter solenoid, ignition coil, distributor, alternator, starter, relays, fuses, bad grounds, and bad wires.