Diesel Noise Diagnostics

Diesel Noise Diagnostics

Diesel engines typically produce louder roars and sounds much more than gasoline engines do.  However, there can be a limit to what can be perceived as normal. There are times diesel engines can make excessive, concerning sounds.  This can include grinding, rattling, clunking and clanging. These sounds most often indicate an issue with your diesel engine. When diesel engines start to make more noise than it should, it’s pretty important to identify the cause ASAP.  If your diesel engine is causing too much of a racket, let us help with a professional excessive noise diagnostic.

Discovering the defective component early allows us to help prevent any further damage to other components of your engine, saving you a lot of time and money.  After identifying the sole cause of the problem, our expert team will work with you to assess the best course of action to take in order to properly repair your engine and prevent similar issues from occurring in the future.  Let our team assist you in getting back on track with a properly functioning 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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