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SERVICE OVERVIEW

When your Check Engine light comes on — and stays on — come to AllEuro. On many vehicles the Check Engine light is triggered by a wide range of causes, some of them as simple as you’re overdue for an oil change. But it’s important to know what the issue is. AllEuro Technicians will perform a diagnostic test which will help them recommend the right repair or service for your vehicle, if one is called for. And of course they can also reset the Check Engine light.

WHY CHOOSE US

Many drivers have experienced that sense of dread when the check engine light comes on. Your check engine light is design to monitor and turn on when it detects a fault with your car’s emissions system. While the light says “check engine” the reality is that it could be 100 different things that are triggering the fault causing the light to go on. Some of these issues are serious, others are not so serious.

  • We accept all Extended Warranties
  • We are a friendly and professional group of people
  • We handle a wide range of car services
  • Same day service for most repairs and maintenance
  • We get the job done right — the first time

POPULAR QUESTIONS

  • How do I know when my car needs a tune up?

    You may see your gas mileage decrease. Your vehicle may start running rough. If your check engine light comes on that could also be an indicator that your vehicle needs a tune up. The owners manual that came with your vehicle may suggest a tune up at a certain mileage.

  • When do I need to replaced my belts and hoses?

    If you can see cracks in your belts, it is time to have them replaced. We recommend replacing your belts and hoses at least every three to four years.

  • Why do I need to have my engine oil changed every 3,000 miles?

    The additive in the oil starts to break down as soon as it heats up to high temperatures. The engine in your vehicle will reach over 200 degrees almost every time you drive it. History has proven that the 3,000 mile mark is a good interval to have your engine oil replaced.

All European Auto Repair 2016