German auto repair service in Ann Arbor MI

48103

Articles about auto repair services in the 48103 zip code.

Put Aside Time for Your Timing Belt

Unlike your brakes or suspension system, there are no warning signs that your timing belt is wearing down or damage. That’s why it’s imperative to have a qualified technician examine your German European car’s timing belt on a routine basis. Don’t wait until it's too late, and you are faced with a costly, possibly major engine damage. The timing belt is crucial to the overall operation of your engine for two reasons:

New Year’s Resolution is Preventative Maintenance

2018 is officially here, and we couldn’t be more excited to see what this New Year holds. We are already deciding on our New Year’s resolutions, and the one at the top of our list is preventative auto maintenance? Why? Your German car is one of your biggest investments, second to only your home, and the phrase “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” most certainly does not apply to your vehicle. That’s why we think preventative maintenance should be one of your resolutions.

April is National Car Care Month. How are you celebrating?

Think of how challenging your life would be without your car. A simple trip to the grocery store would turn into a day long excursion. With April being National Car Care Month, the team at Stadium Auto Service believes it is the best time to show just how much we cherish our car. So, why not celebrate National Car Care Month with a tune up for your German made vehicle?

How Often Should I Change The Oil On My German Automobile?

People who drive German automobiles often ask the Stadium Auto Service team about oil change intervals. For many, they assume that changing the oil on their BMW or Mercedes-Benz every 10,000 to 15,000 miles or once a year is adequate. However, the frequency of oil change intervals for German vehicles depends on what type of driving you do.