DIESEL ENGINE SERVICES
Designed with reliability, optimization and durability as priorities, diesel engines are built to utilize their own compression to ignite fuel. The diesel engine in your vehicle is highly significant, so if any issues should occur with it, it’s highly recommended you seek repair services immediately. Diesel engines often make a considerable amount of noise during normal operation. Due to this, a sign your diesel engine is in need of a diagnostic/repair is if the engine is running at lower RPMs. Another sign could be if you have a hard to start engine (however, this particular issue could be linked to other problems, as well).
By allowing our team here at Town Center Automotive to troubleshoot your diesel engine, you can count on us to ensure professional-grade care and services are provided in order to keep your engine in perfect condition. All diesel engine manufacturers require different kinds of maintenance procedures, so checking your owner’s manual will assist in scheduling routine maintenance services. Keeping all of the components in your diesel engine in working order will drastically increase the lifespan of your diesel engine.
Diesel engines are built to last a long time. However, diesel engines come with their own set of challenges, which makes it critically important that you maintain the engine properly.
Diesel engines get very hot due to the compression process that ignites the fuel. Furthermore, diesel engines use glow plugs, rather than spark plugs that you find in non-diesel engines. Glow plugs also heat up rapidly to get the diesel engine working faster.
This just means you need to make sure your diesel engine is working at it's top efficiency so you get great gas mileage. A poorly maintained diesel engine will burn more fuel, and likely not last as long.
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BG Diesel Fuel System Service
- Removes deposits from the fuel injectors
- Cleans soot-black deposits from fuel filter
- Prevents component corrosion
- Cleans stubborn oil deposits
- Restored fuel economy
- Improved power and performance
- Reduced emissions
- Improved accelerator response