Audi Service Specialist in Ann Arbor MI
Trust your Audi repair to the specialists at Stadium Auto Service in Ann Arbor, MI. We follow Audi scheduled maintenance services that protect your Audi warranty.
Our certified technicians know Audi inside and out. We utilize the latest diagnostic tools, service and repair techniques to keep your Audi performing in peak condition.
Our high level of Audi training and extensive collection of Audi tools and diagnostic equipment ensures high quality work and complete customer satisfaction.
Common Audi Services
General Problem Diagnostic Investigation
The most common indication of problem is the Audi Check Engine Light. Our Audi technicians will carry out an initial diagnostic investigation. Our highly trained Audi technicians use the most advanced diagnostic equipment to carry out the diagnosis. We will then contact you to discuss the next steps which will either be a firm quotation for the repair, or for more complex issues, an estimate for additional diagnosis time.
Cam Belt Change
The cam belt is one of the hardest working parts in your Audi engine. Made from a rubber based compound that deteriorates with time, it should be checked and replaced every five years or at the mileage specified in your Audi service schedule, whichever comes first.
Cam belt replacement is a complex job that our experienced, highly skilled Audi trained technicians have performed many times.
Audi S Tronic Transmission Oil Change
The Audi S Tronic transmission is engineered to give you outstanding performance. To ensure the continuous smooth operation of your transmission it is essential that the oil is changed every 38,000 miles.
Your Audi's transmission fluid acts as both a lubricant and coolant for your transmission. Wear and tear breaks down the viscosity of transmission fluid, making it less effective and potentially causing damage to transmission components. To make sure your gear changes remain seamless, your transmission fluid should be changed according to your vehicle service schedule
Brake Fluid Change
Brake fluid is hygroscopic, which means it absorbs moisture from the air over time, reducing the temperature at which the brake fluid boils. This lower boiling temperature will result in increased stopping distances, reduced braking efficiency, and even brake failure. Our service advisor will be able to advise you on when your brake fluid should be checked and changed. Usually brake fluid is replaced every 2 years.
Stadium Auto Service specializes in German auto repair and European auto repair in Ann Arbor, MI 48103.
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