Briskers The Mobile Auto Repair Shop

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Briskers The Mobile Auto Repair Shop
Briskers The Mobile Auto Repair Shop offers Auto Repair services in Kenner LA.

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Briskers The Mobile Auto Repair Shop has an overall ZapScore of 75. This means that Briskers The Mobile Auto Repair Shop has a higher ZapScore than 75% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Kenner, Louisiana is 36 and in the Auto Repair & Services category is 32. Learn more about ZapScore.

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As a foreign car repair located in New Orleans Metro, we deal a lot with a lot of imports, mainly European and Asian vehicles. This article's main focus is the instrument cluster issues that a lot of people inquire about. Many Mercedes Benz W203 C Class have issues with the instrument cluster. From bad LCD screens, to battery drain, these clusters can cause a lot of headaches. [ 599 more words. ] http://www.briskers.com/?p=2217
Mercedes W203 instrument cluster repair and programming


Mercedes instrument cluster programming briskers.com/?p=2217


Replacing timing belt the proper way briskers.com/?p=1712

Replacing timing belt the proper way http://www.briskers.com/?p=1712
All repair shops deal with the dreaded question: "how much does it cost to change the timing belt on my Audi, VW, Honda, Toyota, Lexus, Saab, Mitsubishi, Hyundai, etc?" This article is meant to explain the timing belt repair process in detail and help customers take the right decision when it comes to a major repair, even though in the short term it may not be the cheapest. [ 1276 more words. ]


Mercedes flex disc repair briskers.com/?p=1511

Mercedes flex disc repair http://www.briskers.com/?p=1511
As an independent Asian and European repair shop located in Kenner, we deal mostly with Mercedes, BMW, Audi, VW, Volvo, as well as Honda, Acura, Toyota, Lexus, Jaguar. One of the most common problems found in European cars is that the rubber and plastic parts get degraded over time. No matter what they (the manufacturers) say about new materials, plastic doesn't belong on the cooling system. [ 408 more words. ]

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#Mercedes 722.9 #transmission Certain Mercedes transmissions are "filled for life". It all depends how long life you expect. There is absolutely no part in the car that lasts forever, let alone a transmission, and especially with the same fluid in it. If you want the car to perform and expect it to last for a long time, you should change the fluid and filter every 60-100k, depending on driving conditions. The correct procedure on 722.9 transmission is: Drain fluid from the pan and torque converter; Replace transmission pan screws, as they are made of aluminum; Inspect and clean up the pan, magnets, and replace the small white plastic tube; Replace filter and gasket; Refill transmission through the bottom using the special tool while warming up the transmission and monitoring the temperature with the Star Diagnostic. At #Briskers, we focus on quality repairs, without cutting any corners. Schedule an appointment for any preventive or required #maintenance.

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#VWGolfoilcooler. We get a lot of complaints from people about mysterious oil loss, even after an oil change. There is also some milk shake looking fluid coming from the coolant reservoir. The most often misdiagnosis we hear is head gasket failure. While it's possible to blow an engine head gasket by driving without proper cooling, if you catch the issue early enough, the problem can be fixed with a complete engine tear down and rebuild. The problem may arise because of improper coolant used. Corrosion affects the oil cooler and high pressure oil is sprayed into the coolant inside the oil cooler. If your car looks similar, bring it in so we can test the engine and fix it properly.