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Our helpful customer advisors are available to answer questions and give you the advice and information you need.
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It may be an important maintenance job that’s due, or it may be an issue you’d like us to diagnose. Whatever the reason for your visit, you can be confident our teams are masters of their art.
We have included some helpful videos below, covering common maintenance work including air con servicing, brake fluid change, Cam belt replacement and Ad Blue top up so you know exactly what each item entails.
If you need any more information, you can call our friendly team on 0121 746 5260.
Recommended interval: every 2 years
Every year, your air conditioning unit can lose up to 10% of its gas, meaning its less able to keep you cool and refreshed.
Our Volkswagen Trained Technicians will top-up the gas in the system as well as perform a detailed inspection of the air conditioning unit to check for leaks and perform an ultrasonic treatment that clears out any microbial, fungal and bacterial particles.
Recommended interval: every 5 years
Did you know you can spread the cost for up to 6 months completely interest free? The cambelt is one of the hardest working components in an engine. Made from a rubber based compound that deteriorates with time, it should be checked and replaced every five years or as per the mileage specified in your Volkswagen service schedule – whichever comes first.
Cambelt replacement is a complex job, but by entrusting your car to us you can be confident that the work is being done by experienced Volkswagen trained technicians.
If your invoice is between £300 and £3,000, you can spread the cost of your servicing, repairs or accessories over one to six months, completely interest free, giving you peace of mind in the event of an unexpected repair bill.
You have two options:
Call your nearest dealership to find out more. Terms and conditions apply.
Recommended interval: 38,000 miles
Brake fluid is hygroscopic, which means it absorbs moisture over time, reducing the temperature at which the fluid boils. This could result in increased stopping distances, reduced braking efficiency and even brake failure.
Changing the brake fluid is a low cost procedure that removes any impurities that can build up over time and help maintain the performance of your braking system.
Old oil can cause real damage to your gearbox if left unchanged. Bring it to one of our retailers and we’ll check the gearbox for leaks, drain it and replace the oil filter before filling it with high quality gearbox oil to Volkswagen approved standards.
^ 1-6-instalment interest-free credit options available. Minimum spend £300, maximum £3,000 and a deposit payment maybe required. Servicing & Repair 0% finance products are provided exclusively by Auto Service Finance. Applicants must be aged 18 years or over. All offers and credit subject to status, terms and conditions.