BMW Maintenance: The 2 Inspection Levels for a BMW

Posted 8/10/14

Own a BMW? When’s the last time you had it inspected? If you can’t remember, you’re long overdue. Read this article, and then call your BMW mechanic for a routine maintenance inspection. A regular tune up can do wonders to the performance of your vehicle....

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We’ll Inspect Vintage Cars and Give You a Diagnosis

Posted 8/4/14

The Art of Vintage Car Repair: Seek an Experienced Opinion Hitting the open road with the top down in a classic car can make just about anyone feel like a star. There’s something special about driving a vintage automobile that you just don’t feel every...

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Regular Maintenance Tips for Repairing a Land Rover

Posted 7/17/14

Routine Repair and Maintenance for Your Land Rover Love your Land Rover? Take care of it. Most people don’t realize how much frustration, not to mention time and money, they’d save over the long run through regular Land Rover repair. Take the time to get...

When Your Jaguar’s Oxygen Sensor Needs Auto Repair

Posted 7/10/14

Tips for Repairing a Faulty Oxygen Sensor in Your Jaguar Climate change is a reality, and smog emission standards are the law. Making sure the oxygen sensor is functioning properly on your Jaguar is not only good for the environment, it will help it pass...

How to Diagnose Your Audi When It Needs Auto Repair

Posted 7/3/14

Diagnose Your Audi for Repair Without the Car Repair Shop Audis are beautiful machines that almost have personalities of their own. And like anyone else with a personality, they communicate—if you learn to speak their language. Many Audi repair issues can be diagnosed according to...

Replacing the Engine on a 9-5 and When to Call a Professional Cincinnati Saab Mechanic

If you’re looking to swap out the engine on your 9-5, you could just leave the job to a Cincinnati auto repair shop that specializes in Saabs such as European Auto Mechanics, or you could attempt the job yourself. Doing it yourself will require considerable mechanical skill, though this link will walk you through the basic steps. You’ll need a ratcheting socket wrench with multiple extensions, a magnetic pickup tool, a hydraulic jack to lift up the engine, and ramps to raise the front of the car. Always work on a cold engine, since your face will be in close proximity for a good part of the job. But if you have any doubt to your abilities, leave it to the professionals. The folks at European Auto Specialists are glad to help.