Three Maintenance Tips to Keep Your Audi in Great Shape
Since 1909, Audi cars have provided millions of drivers worldwide with performance, luxury, dependability, and safety. At A&M Auto Repair Bellevue in Bellevue, Washington, we are Audi enthusiasts and have proudly offered quality Audi repair services to our clients since 1989.
Thanks to our extensive experience and knowledge, we know an Audi vehicle like the back of our hand. Here are three maintenance tips we use right in our shop to keep your Audi car in peak condition.
Easy Engine Maintenance Hacks
To keep your Audi’s engine working at its best, our automotive repair specialists use a variety of techniques to troubleshoot problems and deliver amazing results. We’ll always use your car’s VIN to find the engine code number. We may also remove your engine block to see if it’s listed on the driver’s side.
Another trick we use to save you time on timing belt problems is to change out the other parts while they’re easy to access. Some of these components include the o-rings, seals, and snub mounts.
Your Audi’s braking system is one of its most important safety features. At A&M Auto Repair Bellevue, we take the time to thoroughly inspect the brakes to ensure they’re in tip-top condition. We recommend changing your brake fluid every 30,000 miles to stay safe when you’re behind the wheel. We also suggest changing the brake fluid every time you get new brake pads or rotors to save time and on maintenance costs.
To keep your transmission in great shape, you should change the transmission fluid every 30,000 to 60,000 miles. If your Audi is overdue for a transmission fluid change, call us today.
Comprehensive Audi Car Care
If you want to keep your Audi vehicle in amazing shape, schedule regular maintenance appointments with the Audi repair technicians at A&M Auto Repair Bellevue in Bellevue, Washington. To book your appointment, call us today at 425-641-9455. Our technicians have years of training and experience to properly work on your Audi. Call us today to schedule your service appointment.