Auto Repair Services in Houston
Hey, van owners! There's nothing like the feeling of cruising down the road in a Mercedes Sprinter Van- but with great power comes great responsibility. Routine maintenance is crucial to keep your ride running smoothly and efficiently, which includes regular maintenance including oil and filter changes.
Sprinter Van Service Center in Houston
If you're looking for a quality Sprinter Van service center in Houston, look no further than the experts at Mercedes-Benz of Houston. Our highly trained and experienced technicians are here to provide you with the best possible service for your vehicle. We only use recommended by Mercedes-Benz and other quality parts and products.
No matter what type of repair or maintenance service you need, we're here to help. We offer a variety of services, including engine light diagnostic, oil and filter change, suspension repairs, transmission services, and more. We also offer a wide range of parts and accessories to keep your Sprinter Van running at its best.
Houston Sprinter Van Repair Services
If you're not sure what type of service you need, our team can help diagnose the problem and recommend the best course of action. We'll work with you to ensure that your Sprinter Van is repaired or maintained properly, so you can get back on the road as soon as possible.
SPRINTER CITY strives to keep your vehicle operating at its optimum level. Our mechanics are dedicated to bringing you the best performance solutions. With regular maintenance, you can keep your Mercedes Sprinter van running smoothly for years to come.No problem is too big or too small for us to handle. See the list of services we offer below.
Oil and Filter
If you own a Mercedes Sprinter Van, regularly changing the oil and filter is essential to keep your vehicle running smoothly. Depending on how much extra mileage you're putting on your van, you may need to change the oil 7,500-10,000 miles or once a year, whichever comes first.
As you drive, the transmission helps you shift gears. If you don’t do any maintenance on your transmission, it can fail in only 50,000 miles. The best way to prevent costly transmission repairs is to keep your transmission fluid up to date and regularty perform a complete fluid flush.
Among the most common reasons for a Check Engine Light are faulty emissions control part, damaged oxygen sensor, faulty head gasket, dirty mass airflow sensor, a malfunction with the fuel injection system, or defective spark plugs to name various.
Your brakes are one of your vehicle’s essential safety components. Before determining and fixing the problem, our mechanics will conduct a full inspection including brake pad thickness, calipers, brake/hydraulic fluid (level and condition), and brake hoses–these wear out often, and need to be checked regularly for wear and tear, brake hardware, rotor wear.
Suspension and Steering
Every time you hit a bump in the road with your car or truck you engage the vehicle’s suspension and minimize the amount of vertical acceleration affected. You should have your steering and suspension system inspected at least once a year to ensure your safety on the road.
When it comes to engine service, the most common long-term maintenance we perform is replacing the timing components. Among them spark plug replacement, air and fuel filter replacement where necessary as well as a thorough inspection of all engine components.