If your car is affected by any of the following issues or more, it’s time to bring in for an engine repair.

  • Engine power or performance is low.
  • Engine temperature increases quickly when you drive in stop and go traffic, accelerate hard from a stop or drive at highway speeds for an extended period.
  • You are getting poor fuel economy and your gas mileage has decreased (you can check this on the dashboard by looking at miles per gallon).
  • Engine oil pressure light comes on.
  • Check engine light comes on.
  • Engine has a rough idle or feels like it’s struggling to run.
  • The car starts but then stalls after a few seconds

The engine is the heart of any vehicle. It’s not only the most important part of your vehicle, but it’s also one of the most complex systems in your car. Your engine requires regular care and maintenance. If you’re ignoring engine problems or can’t figure out why your car isn’t running as well as it used to, you’ve come to the right place.

Engine Oil Leakage

An oil leak can be caused by several things, including worn seals or gaskets, cracked hoses or lines, or faulty filters. Oil leaks can be dangerous – if they go undetected long enough, they can cause damage to other parts like the cylinder head and pistons. The sooner this is addressed, the less likely it is that more serious damage has been done already.

Check Engine Light

You should never ignore the check engine indicator, as it may mean there are serious issues with your car that need to be addressed immediately. Regardless of how serious or non-serious the problem may seem at first glance, it’s never safe to ignore this warning system if it goes off while driving. It’s always good to get a complete diagnose problems early so you won’t have to go through expensive repair work. When the check engine light comes on, you must contact us immediately for a quick engine repair.

Engine Overheating

Engine overheating is a serious problem that can cause severe engine damage and failure. If your car is overheating, it’s a serious problem. If you experience overheating, stop driving and turn off your engine immediately. When an engine becomes hot enough that the water in its cooling system boils (or “superheats”), it can cause severe damage to vital engine parts such as pistons and cylinders. If you experience engine overheating once, you should bring your vehicle in for a quick check up to solve the problem before it costs you.

Engine Vibration

If you’re experiencing engine vibration, there are several things you can check. The first is to make sure that the engine mounts are not loose or broken. If they are, then this will cause the engine to shake when it is running—and it may also be causing a knocking sound in the engine compartment.

Another thing that might be causing your car’s shaking is a bent or broken component of your vehicle. This could be anything from an axle to an oil filter house or even a transmission. If you experience an engine vibration, speak to us for a quick diagnosis.

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