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Engine Repair at your home

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Engine Repair Service

How much does Engine Repair cost?

It depends on the type of car you drive and the auto repair shop you go to. Our mechanics are mobile, which means they don't have the overhead that repair shops have. They provide you convenience by coming to your home or office.

How does a car engine work?

Car engines are usually described in terms of the number of cylinders they have and the amount of power they can generate. Fuel burns inside of the cylinders, and there is usually anywhere between two and twelve of them, most typically four, six or eight. Inside the cylinders, there are tight-fitting pistons that slide up and down. The pistons are attached to an axle called the crankshaft. The moving pistons turn the crankshaft, which power the gearbox to drive the wheels. The cylinders also have two valves, and inlet valve which allows fuel and air to enter the cylinder and an outlet valve which lets the exhaust gas escape. At the top of the cylinder you’ll find a spark plug, which is an electrically controlled device that makes a spark to set fire to the fuel in the cylinder. It’s the combustion of the fuel in the cylinder, which moves the pistons, which ultimately move your car.

Signs your car needs Engine Repair

  • Too Much Exhaust Smoke Excessive exhaust smoke is one of the first signs of engine problems. The color of the smoke can give you a clue of the type of problem you're dealing with. Blue smoke indicates burning oil, white smoke is an indicator of burning coolant and black smoke implies excessive gas is being used.
  • Rough Idle If your vehicle appears to sputter while driving while idle, it may be due to engine problems. Their may be easy solution, like mounting brand-new spark plugs or repairing a sensing unit.
  • Stalling If your vehicle dies or idles while driving, you should get your car examined by a mechanic ASAP. This is a very dangerous issue that could lead to a serious accident.
  • Knocking Noise A knocking noise coming from under the hood commonly indicates used engine bearings.
  • Fluid Leakages If you ever observe something leaking from your car you must have an expert technician examine it. It's never normal for your car to be leaking fluid. If your vehicle is losing fluid and you don't address it, you're going to ultimately require a major repair work.
  • Check Engine Light This is a sure sign you are having engine problems. Sometimes it's a sign of something small but it can also be a sign of a more serious, dangerous problem. You should contact a mechanic for a check engine light diagnostic

How important is this service?

Have your engine inspected as soon as you notice any signs, as any problem will only become worse over time. A blinking Check Engine Light indicated a serious problem and you must stop driving the car and have it examined by a technician right away.

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