Volkswagen Vehicles' Service and Repair
Volkswagen vehicles are known for their excellent automotive engineering. They are designed to last a long time and you can put them through a lot of abuse before they start giving you trouble. We are experts in Volkswagen vehicles, and our technicians have decades of experience in making sure that Volkswagen vehicles perform at peak levels.
Here are some of the steps we go through to make sure that your vehicle runs at its best.
Change of oil and filter
Oil and filter changes are the most basic part of car maintenance. These small things can lead to a huge performance downgrade for your vehicle – and they can even end up causing damage to your engine if left unattended. That is why the first thing we check is the oil and the oil filter.
Flushing and refilling fluids
Next up, we ensure that all the fluids in your vehicle are present in the right quantity as well as quality. Sometimes the fluids get impurities in them, which results in a downgraded performance. If a fluid is present in your vehicle but its condition is not right, we flush the fluid out and replace it completely to give your engine the ideal level of performance again.
AdBlue is used to maintain emissions. Many Volkswagen vehicles use AdBlue, which is why we ensure that your Volkswagen has it in the right amount.
Engine repairs, leaky gaskets
Next, we check the engine to see how it performs. We put it through a little stress test and see how it reacts. We also listen to the sound closely – our experienced technicians can tell a lot about the vehicle just from how the engine sounds.
A leaky gasket can end up causing permanent damage to the engine, so if there is anything wrong with the gasket, we change it immediately. The gasket may be a small and inexpensive part, but you have to open up the engine and you have to ensure that you install it right. That is why we perform gasket changes with the utmost care and precision.
Once we are sure that your engine is performing properly, we then move on to the transmission. The transmission in your car is what ensures that your car gets the right amount of power, and that all the gears perform like they should be performing. Transmission issues can turn into engine issues if not dealt with timely, which is why we check it meticulously and make sure that everything is fine.
The braking system in Volkswagen vehicles is excellent, and we make sure that it stays excellent. We check the brake power to ensure that the car stops when it should. We also inspect the brake pads. Brake pads and discs both degrade with normal usage, and they need to be checked every few months and changed if needed.
Once we are sure that all the systems in your Volkswagen are doing their job, you can take your car home to make the most of it.