By January 14, 2019General

While regular maintenance will help your engine perform better, there may be times when your engine will need repair. Our staff will help diagnose the problem with your engine and provide the best car engine repair service to get your vehicle functioning properly in no time.

When Does Your Engine Need Repair?

There are several signs that indicate your engine needs repair. If the “check engine” or “service engine” light is displayed, it indicates that there is some problem with the engine. Other signs that show you may need an engine repair service:

  • Decrease in gas mileage
  • Strange noises
  • Stalling and jerking
  • Smoke
  • Loss of power during accelerating

If you notice any of the above signs, it’s recommended to take your vehicle to a trusted engine repair shop.

It is important to get engine tune-ups regularly to prevent unexpected problems with your vehicle. Tune-ups also help by optimizing your engine’s performance. During a car engine tune-up, we check spark plugs and spark plug wires to help prevent any misfires.

We also check your air and fuel filters to make sure they are unclogged and clean to make sure your engine is running in top condition.

And remember that even a perfectly maintained vehicle can get into an accident, so make sure you ‘maintain’ your car insurance as well.

Source: a-ztechautomotive

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