Taking care of your engine.
Taking Care of your engine
Thinking of taking care of your engine, read on.
Replacing spark plugs, timing belts, hoses and filters at proper intervals require attention from a mechanic who is well-qualified with the latest service bay tools and technology.
Cars Aren’t What They used to Be
Today’s engine requires more than just a traditional tune-up. Bring your vehicle to technicians who can bring a high-tech approach to your sophisticated systems and onboard computers.
Inspect the Air Filters
The air filter helps remove debris from the air entering the combustion chamber of the engine. Your air filter can become dirty and clogged too. Inspect and replace your air filter at regular intervals to avoid problems.
Watch the Dirt
If you drive on dirt roads or do a lot of stop-and-go driving, you should check your air filter more frequently.
Automotive engines are subject to friction, high temperatures,carbon build up, and corrosion. The friction is caused by mechanical parts that are in close contact resulting in friction and heat. This friction is reduced by engine oil which forms a thing layer between moving parts. Engine oil absorbs the heat and also cleans the carbon by assimilating carbon formed during the combustion process.This carbon is then removed when replacing the engine oil and filter. The engine coolant absorbs the heat formed in the engine and cools it by circulating through the radiator where the coolant fan dissipates the heat.The engine coolant contains anti corrosion chemicals which help in reducing corrosion.