Audi Repair

All The Services And Repairs Your Audi Needs

Audi Repair in Alpharetta, Georgia

Your Awesome Audi

You purchased an Audi, so you already know that it’s awesome. Keep it that way with preventive maintenance services and minor repairs that help keep larger, untimely problems at bay. The experienced technicians at Import Auto Repair in Alpharetta, Georgia, specialize in European imports. They not only share your interest in your Audi, but they also keep current on the latest information and technology through annual training. Thus, you can feel good about entrusting your Audi’s repairs and service to our shop. We’re conveniently located for most drivers at 6735 Atlanta Hwy Alpharetta, GA 30004. However, if the Milton area is more easily accessible to you, drop off your vehicle at our secure satellite Birmingham Village location with concierge service during business hours. Make an appointment for your Audi by calling (770) 475-1090 or using our online scheduling feature.

Prevention and Cure

The best repair plan for your Audi, of course, is prevention. Although you’ll want to consult your owner’s manual for information on your specific year model, we’ll provide a quick general overview. You should expect alternating intervals of minor and major services. Some visits include oil changes, brake pad checks, multi-point inspections, etc. More extensive servicing entails checking all major systems and looking at the chassis/body, sunroof/convertible top, etc. Beyond routine maintenance, all vehicles need occasional repairs. Like other cars, your Audi will need minor repairs to optimize combustion and performance at some point. Necessities might include carbon by-product and fuel injection cleaning, exchanging old spark plugs, and replacing failing ignition coils. Also, should your car develop an oil or coolant leak, it should be fixed soon. We’ll check the gaskets and seals, find the source and correct the problem before it worsens. Finally, be aware that some Audi enthusiasts have expressed concern about timing issues. The manufacturer has shifted timing mechanisms over the years. The oldest models used timing chains, while a shift to a timing belt was later. The company, however, has returned to the chain to control timing. As either of these components wears, it can stretch or break. Therefore, the belt/chain needs replacement before you encounter a catastrophic engine failure caused by mistiming that allows metal components to slam into one another during combustion. Belts are easier to change than chains, but chains are usually more durable. Regardless, we can help you with either.

Your Audi’s Ally

No matter which model you selected, Import Auto Repair is your Audi’s ally–and yours. Our team can assist you with all the services and repairs needed to keep your car on the road and running well. Further, we back parts and repairs with a great three year/36,000 mile warranty. Get started with your Audi’s upkeep by calling (770) 475-1090 today.

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