15 B Fielding Ave, Dartmouth, NS, B3B 1H2

It is imperative to perform routine maintenance and fluid changes on the engine of your vehicle in order to avoid breakdowns and expensive repairs. The engine is the vehicle’s life force. Our engine repair technicians at N.S. Diesel can perform all major and minor engine repairs, as well as inspecting all fluids and belts to ensure that our customers have an engine that is dependable and performs well. If you feel as if your vehicle engine needs to be serviced or you need an engine diagnostic test, visit our auto repair shop if you need to have your diesel truck repaired while you are in the area.

Can I get my car engine repaired in Lower Sackville, NS?

Of course you can! Our trained and experienced mechanics are ready to help you with all your car engine service needs or your engine diagnostic needs. Don’t hesitate to book an appointment on our website or give us a call at 902-446-0449.

How to know if my engine needs to be repaired?

Although we are all aware that it is essential to maintain the engine in your vehicle, it is not uncommon for people to fail to recognize, ignore, or downplay potential warning signs as “just a blip” or as something that does not require immediate attention from a mechanic. However, before it is too late and you risk seriously damaging the engine, it is important to recognize and take into consideration the signs that could indicate that something is wrong with your engine. If you fail to do so, you run the risk of severely damaging the engine.

The Check Engine Light has illuminated: This light will typically come on whenever an issue with the engine is identified. It is in your best interest to have your mechanic perform a diagnostic test on your vehicle to “read the code” that the sensor is creating, which may indicate that there is a problem with your vehicle.

Reduced Gas Mileage: If you notice that you are not getting as far on a tank of gas, this could be an indication that there is a problem with the compression stroke in your engine. To diagnose this problem, check the compression ratio of your engine. It is possible that the issue can be fixed by using a fuel cleaner or by having the fuel system serviced. Your mechanic may be able to locate and fix the issue with your vehicle more quickly and accurately with the help of an engine diagnostic test.

Engine That Is Running Hard: It is possible that all that is needed is a tune-up if your engine is running or idling roughly. The most common reasons for an engine that runs roughly are clogs in the system or spark plugs that are getting old. There could be other issues, such as the battery being low or the gasoline having the wrong octane.

Engine Repair Service in Lower Sackville, NS

Visit our shop, N.S. Diesel, at 15B Fielding Avenue in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia if you are in the area and require maintenance or repairs to be done on your diesel vehicle. You can give us a call at the following number: 902-446-0449, or you can schedule an appointment on our website.

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