Certified Mechanics

A Car Mechanic Cincinnati Offers With the Right Tools.

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Not just any shop can offer the right tools for the right job. Foreign and specialty automobiles have their own peculiarities, and having the right tool for the job is paramount. We offer a full-service maintenance and repair facility that can service the needs of your foreign automobile with the utmost attention to detail. Our shop is fully equipped and ready to tackle the smallest maintenance issue you need addressed, to the largest and most complex repair. Stop in and see the level of quality available at a car mechanic Cincinnati serves up par excellence when it comes to repairing import cars.

Vehicle Repair Service With the Right Experience.

Not only does European Auto Specialists provide you with a stateservices2 of the art mechanic shop custom built for your automotive, but we retain some of the best talent in the industry. Our certified mechanics have over sixty years of applied mechanical work experience in servicing cars just like yours. We are an OH auto repair shop that knows European autos like the back of our hands, from the old to the new. We love to see them, we love to work on them. Please call at your convenience or stop by and see for yourself if we are not the best European vehicle repair service Cincinnati offers.

Next Door Mechanics with Excellent Experience.

One might expect to find the level of expertise and high regard for excellence in customer service to come from a much larger city. Surely many of the more particular car enthusiasts may travel many miles to reach a shop that satisfies your high standards. Save yourself the time and inconvenience, not to mention miles on your auto. Whether you just need to troubleshoot a problem, require scheduled maintenance or need some engine diagnostics done, you’ll find expertise and professionalism is available right in your backyard. Our experienced mechanics are second to none.

How Often Do You Need a Brake Flush Service?

For some cars, you need to change your brake fluid regularly. For others, it’s not such a big deal. Mercedes recommends it be done every 20,000 miles or every two years. Subaru recommends every 30,000 miles. Chevrolets can go 150,000 miles, which may very well be the life of the car. Check your owner’s manual or call European Auto Specialists for a recommendation. Brake fluid tends to absorb moisture overtime, which can cause corrosion in the braking system. Excess moisture can also lower the boiling temperature of the brake fluid, and lessen the effectiveness of the brakes. Also be sure to replace all fluid only with the type recommended by the manufacturer.

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