Auto repairs can cost a significant amount of money, and even more so for foreign cars. This is due to the cost of parts that often have to be imported. A smaller base of knowledgeable mechanics who can work on your car also drives up the cost of maintenance. Jonny the Car Ninja has valuable advice for anyone with a foreign car.
As seen in this video, most problems are common in the same car and the causes are often the routine.
As Jonny fixed a 2010 Audi A4, the culprit was found to be six bent valves caused by a timing chain well due for replacement. Besides replacing the timing chain, the bent valves had to be replaced, which incurred a higher cost both for the parts and labor costs.
German car repair services can be rare in terms of skill and even with the availability of skill, the cost implication ends up much higher than most other cars. This, however, doesn’t have to be the case. Watch this guide and spot these common problems. With these tips, you will be able to mitigate them excellently through regular, well-mapped service routines.