Volkswagen Performance Upgrades, Services and Repairs

 

Volkswagen Service and Repair

Volkswagen vehicles are fun, safe and reliable cars that make owners proud of ownership with their technology and sporty drive. Since its origin in 1937, Volkswagen or the “People’s Car” has always required the most care in maintenance and service. Like many of its German counterparts, Volkswagen’s require an extensive amount of knowledge and experience to properly complete repairs. Take care of your Volkswagen with regular services and repairs and it will be your trusted companion for years to come.

Oil Leaks  

Most common repairs on VW vehicles and there are a number of culprits. Timing Covers and Valve cover gaskets commonly leak, but one of the more annoying leaks is associated with the Cam seals on either end of the cylinder head. The seals have been updated by VW multiple times and require very specific procedures during installation to ensure the longevity of the new seals

Check Engine Light

Sometimes accompanied by an EPC indicator, when this indicator or indicators light up on your dashboard and you notice symptoms such as loss of power or misfires (sputtering of engine), they are usually related to either a failed Ignition coil or multiple. A good Technician will test for proper diagnostics as well as check other components related to this repair

Coolant Leaks

Heat is a byproduct of the engine’s operation. Coolant leaks are common failures to any vehicle regardless of mileage. Most will leak coolant at some point of their useful life, some areas of leaking occur at the radiator, water pump or hoses other leak from intake manifold, heater core or even the cylinder head, one of the easiest ways to determine if and where a coolant is coming from will be a visual check as well as a pressure test to the system

Positive Crankcase Vent (PCV) Valve

When this valve fails, you may see, hear or feel the following, rough idle, high idle or surging idle possibly strange intake noises at idle (whistle, air surge sound). A stuck closed PCV valve will cause excessive crankcase pressure. This excessive pressure results in leaking oil seals and gaskets. A stuck open valve or leaking PCV hose will cause drivability issues like surging. A closed or tarnished PCV valve will cause oil to back up into the breather

Performance Upgrades

Volkswagen are very easy to upgrade and there are many options out in the Performance aftermarket world but with 18 years of experience we have the best options to offer

Such as APR Stage I, II or II for optimal engine and transmission tune, best in brands for exhausts suspensions, air intakes, and overall engine performance. At USP Euro Care in hand with USP Motorsports we know what it means to invest in your VW.

Here are Some Common Factory Maintenance Service Intervals and Repairs Always speak to USP Euro Car Care Service Advisor to determine which apply to your vehicle based on age, time and mileage or concerns:

Oil and Filter Change

Air and Cabin Filter Replacement

Fuel Filter Replacement (if applicable to your model)

Transmission Services for Automatic and DSG Services and

Manual Transmission Clutch Replacement

Differential Service (if applicable to your model)

Brake Fluid Flush

Coolant Flush

Timing Belt or Chain Replacements

AC Service & Replacement

Battery, Alternator & Starter Check

CV Axle / Shaft Assembly Replacement

Brake Pad Replacement

Engine or Transmission Mount Replacement

Strut Assembly Replacement

Wheel Bearings Replacement

Fuel Pump Replacement

Ball Joint Replacement

Radiator, Water Pump, Thermostat & Hoses Replacement

Oxygen Sensor Replacement

Serpentine/Drive Belt Replacement

Ignition Coils & Spark Plugs Replacement

Throttle Body Replacement

Tires, Mount and Balancing

Alignment

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