A lot can happen to your engine over the years and you may find out it needs to be repaired or rebuilt.
It is especially important to seek help once you notice a problem. We know engine replacement costs can be daunting and that's why we do our best to advise customers on the most effective engine repairs.
The sooner you have repair work done, the less money will be spent on repairs in the future.
Need to have your engine checked?
Q. How do I know my Engine needs a repair
Being such a huge component of any vehicle, the engine makes it very obvious when there is trouble. Here are a few signs you should watch for, if you’re wondering whether your engine needs repair.
Starting Troubles: Key is in the ignition, turning to start, and click, click, click, thud! That’s not good. If you’re having trouble starting your vehicle, there are a few different reasons for the trouble, one being the engine. If your engine refuses to turn over during the starting process, it’s time to visit a mechanic and make sure it’s nothing serious. Sometimes, starting trouble can be due to faulty wiring, dying batteries, or a problem with the alternator. At TYRE RACK, we offer a thorough diagnosis, and guarantee fast affordable, high-quality service every time.
Shaking and Noises: If your car usually runs fairly smoothly and suddenly you’re feeling some shaking, or hearing strange sounds from beneath the hood, your engine just might be on the way out. Grinding, whining, or clicking are never good signs, especially when combined with turbulent travels, or unusual smells from the engine.
Poor Mileage: You can keep track of your mileage by writing down the number on your odometer each time you fill-up the tank. Keep your eye on how much gas you get per mile, and if it’s getting worse, the engine might just be to blame. Your engine consumes fuel, burning it in the combustion chamber to create mechanical energy. If fuel is being consumed at too high a rate, it could be due to overheating or another issue.
Idling and Stalling: Nothing is more embarrassing than stalling on the road, but it could be worse than you think, especially if you’re in an automatic. Manuals are infamous for stalling when the clutch isn’t initiated properly, or RPM is overdrawn, but an automatic shouldn’t stall unless there’s a serious issue. If you’re experiencing stalling or idling from your vehicle, contact us for an appointment with a certified mechanic. Our thorough engine diagnosis service will help put your mind at ease, and get your vehicle back in working order in no time.
Q. When should I come in to check my problem
It is especially important to seek help for engine trouble as soon as you notice a problem. Engine repairs can be daunting, especially because they can be more costly than other repairs. Keep in mind that the sooner you have maintenance work done to rectify damage to your engine, the less money you’ll spend on repairs in the future. Replacing your entire engine is always more expensive than fixing a small engine problem now.