Houston's Trusted Auto Repair Shop

Houston's Trusted Auto Repair Shop
Your Best Choice For Auto Repair in Texas

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Your Best Choice For Auto Repair in Texas

It can be difficult to find a professional, reliable, and honest mechanic for your European vehicle. How can you be certain that you won’t be taken advantage of? What happens if you don’t have enough time to collect multiple quotes? What if you really only need to drop off your automobile and be ready to leave the following day?

Fortunately, Autohouse of Switzerland, Inc. has the answers to these queries. Since 1980, we have offered dependable, reasonable service to the Houston region, and we will keep doing so.

Warranty: 12months 12k miles warranty on approved parts and labor.

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Reliable Auto Repair Services

Auto Repair Services We Offer

At our auto repair shop, we offer a comprehensive range of services to ensure your vehicle is always in top condition.

Auto Repair Services We Offer in Houston, TX
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Quick & Trouble-Free

Most truck and vehicle maintenance procedures can be completed while you wait. Numerous repairs will be completed on that day, including AC, brake, and transmission repairs.

Clear Estimate With No Hidden Costs

We will give you an easy-to-understand quote. Ask us about ways to reduce the expense of auto repairs to maintain your automobile in top condition.

Our Mechanics Can Handle It

For domestic & international cars of all makes & models, our trained mechanics offer the best in auto repair services here in Houston, TX.

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Clients testimonies about how good our auto repair shop in Houston, TX


What Our Clients Say

Hear from the satisfied clients who have made this industry Autohouse of Switzerland, Inc. as a pillar of Houston, Texas, community.

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Vehicle Tips

Essential Tips for Vehicle Care

Recent studies show that automobile maintenance neglect accounts for 5% of all fatal motor vehicle accidents.
Every 24 months or so, the cooling system should be properly cleansed out and refilled. Check the coolant's level, condition, and concentration. (It's typically advised to combine antifreeze and water at a 50/50 ratio.)
The radiator cap should never be taken off before the engine has completely cooled. A professional should inspect the tightness and condition of drive belts, clamps, and hoses.
If you frequently take short trips, travel long distances with a lot of luggage, or tow a trailer, you should change your oil and oil filter more frequently (every 3,000 miles), as directed in your owner's manual.
Other filters (air, fuel, PCV, etc.) should be changed as needed or more frequently in dusty environments. Find a reputable shop to fix any engine drivability issues (hard stops, rough idling, stalling, lower power, etc.).
A dirty windshield wears out the eyes and might be dangerous. Purchase lots of windshield washer liquid and replace any worn blades.
Every 5,000 miles, have your tires rotated. Once a month, check the tire pressure; first, allow the tires to cool. Make sure your jack is in good working order and don't forget your spare tire.
Find out from your owner's manual what fuel octane level your car's engine requires, then purchase it.
Ensure that your tires are properly inflated. Your car will have a tougher time moving down the road if your tires are under-inflated, which means your engine will need to burn more fuel to maintain pace.
Reduce the workload. Before you head out on the road, remove any extra weight from the trunk or passenger area as heavier vehicles consume more petrol.
Don't overuse the A/C. The additional load the air conditioner places on the engine causes it to burn more fuel.
Keep the windows shut. Widely open windows can reduce fuel economy by up to 10%, especially when traveling at highway speeds when they increase aerodynamic drag.
Limit your idle time. Turn off the automobile if you think you'll be stopped for longer than a minute. Contrary to what many people think, starting the automobile again burns less fuel than letting it idle.
Be mindful of the posted speed limits. More fuel is consumed the faster you drive. For instance, driving at 65 mph as opposed to 55 mph results in a 20% increase in gasoline usage.
Apply the cruise control. On long highway drives, using cruise control can help you keep a consistent pace and, in most situations, lower your fuel usage.
Tune up your engine. Up to 30% less gasoline can be used when a fuel injector is blocked or fouled, for example.
Regularly check the engine's belts. Keep an eye out for gaps or missing pieces. Engine performance will be impacted by worn belts.
To keep rust, dirt, and other contaminants out of the gasoline system, get the fuel filter changed every 10,000 miles.
Each 15,000 to 18,000 miles, the transmission fluid and filter should be changed. This will safeguard the transmission/transaxle's well manufactured parts.
Regularly check the suspension system. The tires of the car will last longer as a result.
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