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Are you looking for a trusted and independent West Los Angeles Audi repair Center? Automed Euro is Bosch Certified and offers the same exceptional repair and service as you’d expect from the dealer, only at a fraction of the cost. We use only top-class OEM parts, and all repairs and maintenance are performed by highly trained, experienced, and ASE-certified professional mechanics. Our full-service shop is stocked with advanced equipment, tools, and brand-specific software necessary to diagnose and repair any Audi problem wholly and quickly. All of our repairs and services are supported by a 24-month or 24,000-mile warranty.
From A3, A3 Quattro, A4, A4 all-road, A4 Quattro, A5, A5 Quattro, A6, A6 Quattro, A7 Quattro, A8 Quattro, Q3, Q3 Quattro, Q5, Q7, RS5, RS7, R8, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, SQ5, TT Quattro to all-road, we have the factory-level Audi mechanics who will get the job done right the first time.
Thorough diagnostics and an intricate understanding of Audis allow us to identify accurately which component within a system is malfunctioning, and why. We can fix damaged components or systems without having to replace them entirely, as a dealership would. Our Audi auto repair experts complete all of your routine auto services and repairs, whether you come for an oil change, brake pad replacement, wheel alignment, or other service.
30/60/90/120K Mile Services, Computer diagnostics, Oil change and filter replacements, Check engine light diagnostics, Brake repair, Suspension and steering repair, Exhaust replacement, Catalytic converter repair.
Engine Repair and replacement, Belt and hose replacement, Cooling system, radiator and water pump repair, Fuel system and injection repair, Ignition system repair and maintenance
Audi Transmission repair and replacement, Driveline Repair and maintenance, Clutch repair and replacement, Transmission fluid service, Differential and driveshaft service
Battery replacement, Light repair and bulb replacements, Alternator repair and replacement, Starter repair and replacement, Power steering repair
Tire installations, Tire rotation and balancing, Wheel alignment
Heating and cooling system diagnostics, Auto A/C repair and maintenance, Heating system repair and maintenance, Compressor and evaporator repair, Refrigerant replacement
Maintaining and driving your vehicle in for scheduled maintenance and service repairs may be stressful. Make your Audi car care easy by trusting Automed Euro as your car service and repair shop for all your vehicle needs. Here are key reasons why you should choose us to service your car versus the dealership.
• Bosch Certified Audi Repair Center
• Save up to 50% compared to dealership
• Dealer-level car diagnostic
• We use OEM parts and lube
• ASE-certified staff with 30 years of experience
• Family-owned and operated Business
• Excellent reputation, check out our Yelp reviews
• Waiting area with free Wi-Fi and coffee
• Pick-up and drop-off service.
When you need professional Audi car repair, bring your car to the trusted source in the area here at Automed Euro. Give us a call or schedule your visit via our online appointment form today.
There are many reasons why your check engine light could be on in your Audi. Some of the most common reasons are: a failing oxygen sensor, faulty spark plugs, a loose or missing gas cap, overheating inside the engine system, or an issue with the exhaust system. If your car is undergoing one of these, it’s imperative to have it looked at by a mechanic as soon as possible.
Batteries are engineered to last a long time since they recharge themselves while you’re driving. Audi batteries typically last between 5 and 7 years if you take good care of your car. Either way, if you leave electrical elements on when you aren’t using them and don’t service your ride adequately, you can shorten the lifespan of your Audi battery.
A clean fuel filter is pivotal for trouble-free and optimum engine performance. Always consult your Audi mechanic or automakers’ manual, but fuel filters typically last between 20k to 40k miles.
How often you change the oil in the Audi hugely depends on what kind of oil it uses. If your car uses conventional oil, then you’ll need to change the oil about every 6 months or every 5k miles. If your Audi uses synthetic oil, you’ll have to change the oil about once a year or around every 10k to 15k miles.
Even though there may be numerous reasons why your Audi won’t start, the most logical may be your car’s battery. If the lights are left on, then it’s likely that the charge is drained. One early warning sign of a low charge is if it takes a lot to start your Audi once you turn the key. There may be other causes why your vehicle won’t start, so it’s best to consult an Audi repair specialist.