May 18th, 2013
Great news! A small price drop in timing belt replacements has happened! This is due to suppliers cutting prices in the recent months! I thought I'd pass the saving along to you!
Everything is running smoothly this spring. Average appointment time is 7-10 days out.
The new shop is up and running! Time to plan your timing belt replacement prior to the summer rush. Waiting until 3 days before your trip does not work! Current wait times for major work other than timing belts is approx 10 days.This is a good time to get a Dieselgeek Panzer plate installed as well. They are great for battling the icebergs that WILL fall off the trucks in front of you on the highway next winter. Plus I've had more than a few clients save their engines in off-road excursions. They are available at www.dieselgeek.com
Tired of the $800-1000 bill for the 40-80K service on your new common rail car?
We are about half that amount. All 09-13' VW and Audi Clean diesels.
A HUGE thanks goes out to a client and friend Mike Boettcher for all his hard work on my new shop for the past fourteen weeks! There is no way I could have done it on my own in any reasonable amount of time. He came up with some really spectacular ideas that are effective in both cost and practicality.
The address for the shop will be given out on a needed basis for scheduled work. I cannot just have people showing up randomly any longer. It is unproductive and intrusive. I'm sorry if this is an issue for some of you.
We also do not do "small electrical issues" I am primarily a mechanical shop. That means I do not do window switches, radios, wiring, etc, etc....I will install alternators though. That is engine related.
We do NOT work on grease cars. Don't even bother asking. That includes timing belts.
We are NOT responsible for any lot damage and or break-ins to cars. If the car is outside it is at your own risk. We have not got an issue here but I just have to state it for obvious reasons.
Some vendors we do business with.
IDParts, your independent Diesel parts source www.idparts.com
Bora parts, another good choice for parts www.boraparts.com
Drivebiwire injector and service www.dbwllc.net
Frostheater.com VW coolant heaters www.frostheater.com
Fix VW TDI automobiles. Plain and simple that's what we do. We do not fix other makes or model cars. I do not do everything for your car so please don't be offended if I turn away certain requests.
Jason's Turbo Diesel Repair is in NO WAY affilliated with VWAG, VWofA or any of its dealer network, agents, associates or facilities. We do not warrant or extend any warranty service on parts or labor on any in warranty contract vehicles. The use of the words TDI and VW are here simply for representation of the cars we work on.
We do most work on all VW TDI Cars. from 1996 to 2013.