Volvo Repair Royal Oak, MI
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Engine Service

Engine services encompass a wide variety of the repairs that you may need for your car. Whether it's a major repair or just a simple fix let us diagnose and repair your vehicles engine.

Engine services encompass a wide variety of the repairs that you may need for your car. Symptoms that may indicate engine trouble include:

  • Check Engine Light
  •  Poor Erratic Performance
  •  Won’t Start
  •  Stalls
  •  Oil Leaks 

The engine comprises most of the moving parts in your vehicle; accordingly there are many services that may be required to keep it operating properly. Over the life of your car you might expect to have any or all of the following repairs:

·       Major/Minor Tune-Up

·       Replace Timing Belt

·       Fuel System Testing

·       Engine Rebuild/Remanufacture

·       Remove & Replace Head Gasket

·       Intake Manifold and Gasket replacement

As with your own health, preventative maintenance and early detection of problems will often save on larger repairs. Consult your owner’s manual for Manufacturer Recommended Maintenance and keep up with those oil changes, brake inspections, tire rotations, fluid flushes, etc. These are like “regular check ups” with your family physician. They ensure the mechanic is familiar with your vehicle and has an opportunity to point out small problems before they become big problems that could leave you stranded on the side of the road or worse, endanger your safety.

 

 

 

Quality Foreign Car Service in Berkley services the needs of Birmingham, Bloomfield, Farmington Hills, Huntington Woods, Royal Oak, Southfield, Ann Arbor, Auburn Hills, Beverly Hills, Clawson, Troy, West Bloomfield, Lathrup Village, Pleasant Ridge, Madison Heights, Ferndale.

Quality Foreign Car Service
3282 Coolidge Hwy
Berkley, MI 48072

(248) 398-2797

Engine Service