We are one of the leading Volkswagen and Audi auto repair shops serving customers in Kitchener area.
All mechanic services are performed by highly qualified mechanics.
If you want the quality you would expect from the dealership, but with a more personal and friendly atmosphere, you have found it.
We have invested in all the latest diagnostic software that is specifically tailored for the software in your vehicle.
Our auto repair shop is capable of servicing a variety of models. We only do the work that is needed to fix your problem.
We provide top notch maintenance service for all types of vehicles - Domestic and Foreign.
We offer a full range of garage services to vehicle owners located in KW area.
We can handle any problem on both foreign and domestic vehicles.
"Great service! My whole family is using Eddy's Auto services for over 16 years now. Eddy and Farhad are always staying on top of things. Highly recommend."
"Recommended to anyone, especially VW and Audi drivers!"
"I have 100% plus confidence when I leave the shop and drive away that I am safe and that my car has been serviced as necessary."
Our mission is to provide our customers with a positive vehicle maintenance experience. This experience starts with services and practices tailored to be more convenient to you. We pride ourself in getting the job done right - the first time, ensuring that your vehicle will be safe and performing at its best before leaving our shop.
A blinking light usually indicates a severe engine misfire allowing unburned fuel to be dumped into the exhaust system. There it can quickly raise the temperature of the catalytic converter to a point where damage is likely, requiring an expensive repair. If this occurs, you should reduce power and have the vehicle checked as soon as possible.
Timing belt recommended replacement intervals vary from 60,000 to 106,000 miles.
When your brakes are making a loud grinding sound when you press on the pedal, this is almost always caused by contact of the rotor disc with part of the caliper. This is usually because of extreme wear to the brake pads or rotors.