What Does a Full Volkswagen Service Include

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Car mechanics are the doctors of your vehicles. We all need to go to the doctors for a regular check-up, even if everything seems fine. Similarly, you should take your car; especially the luxurious ones to the automobile mechanics for full servicing and ensure that everything is in proper working order. For flawless full servicing, you need to look for Volkswagen specialists who have the skill, experience and license to do this job.

However, in most of the cases, the car owners become confused about the services they can obtain from their automobile mechanics when they are asked for full servicing. Here is a short idea about the services that you can get from your VW specialist.

Though the service depends on the type of the car you have, there are some standard servicing that every vehicle needs to be on a functional condition for an extended period.

Types of Full Servicing of Volkswagen

Basic or Interim Servicing 

As the very name suggests, this service includes the primary inspection of the parts of your car. This will naturally include Pollen filter change, an oil and filter change, and a visual inspection of the vehicle. The mechanics will check up to 50 principal components to ensure the functionality and safety of your car. However, sometimes it depends on the garage that what kind of Volkswagen servicing they offer when the car is there for the essential servicing.

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Major Inspection Servicing

When you ask your VW specialist for major inspection, then he will add all the services covered in the basic servicing and something special. This can include a change of fuel filter, a replacement of air filter, a change of spark plugs and some other vital changes and inspections to ensure that all the internal and external parts of your VW are working correctly. They can even add some other services that are recommended by the manufacturer of the vehicle to check the appropriate mileage.

What Would be There in Your Car Servicing Checklist

Before you take your car to the VW specialist Surrey, you need to prepare a checklist for the car servicing.

  • Oil and oil filter check
  • Replacement of oil
  • Battery check
  • Anti-Freeze coolant check and refill
  • Full brake check
  • Windscreen wash check and refill
  • Windscreen wipers check
  • Steering check
  • Shock absorbers check.
  • Suspension check
  • Light check
  • Charging systems check
  • Exhaust check
  • Tyre tread and pressure check

As the owner of a VW, you need to be careful about maintaining the car to enjoy its functionality. As per the manufacturers, the brake fluid should be changed after every 2 years. The air-conditioning re-gas should be done after every 2 years as well.

Only a certified, experienced and skilled VW specialist can tell you about this and offer you the best services which will give you mental peace.

Vagtek is your VW specialist in Surrey. We have proper skill and experience to handle such high-value cars whenever you need. We are available for the interim servicing as well as the major servicing to ensure the proper functionality and efficiency of your vehicle. Please contact us for more details.

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