Oakland Park Florida's European Auto Repair experts

Our repair strategy

Once our technicians have diagnosed the cause of your car's problem, your car moves to the repair phase. Needed parts are gathered from our inventory and local european parts warehouse. Then our ASE certified technicians replace faulty components and retest the vehicle to make sure repairs corrected the problem.

Then we test drive the vehicle. Our technicians are required to test drive all vehicles that have been repaired, regardless of how simple the repair was (e.g., light bulb replacement) to ensure that repairs corrected the initial problem and that there are no other problems on the vehicle that need attention.

We believe in reducing costs, so when it makes economic sense, we repair expensive parts, rather than replace them. We have welding and fabricating equipment on site for fast and cost effective repairs.

Engine bay repairs
 

We regularly fix problems caused by road hazards.

This oil sump was not available new (backordered from Germany 4-6 week delivery), nor was a used part available. We repaired the broken sump for 1/3 of the price of a new one.

We used TIG (tungsten inert gas) welding to repair this expensive cast aluminum Mercedes-Benz engine oil sump.

 
 
BMW Z4 engine replacement
2007 BMW Z4: Engine Replacement using our gantry crane

Repair of Rusted Spring Perch in 1989 Mercedes-Benz 420SEL

 

Timing Belt and Water Pump Replacement

Audi 1.8T

Tight clearances require bumper cover and radiator support removal for service.

Tip: Always have your water pump replaced when servicing your timing belt if the water pump is driven by the timing belt.

Audi timing belt replacement

Air Conditioning Evaporator Replacement

Mercedes-Benz S 500 (140 chassis):

approximately 25 hours of labor

Audi timing belt replacement

New Engine Installation

2007 Mercedes-Benz E 350