The experts at A1 Automotive knows it’s a tough choice when having to choose between engine replacement, engine rebuilding or engine repair. The first thought that comes to your mind is, “how much does it cost to replace my engine?”, “how long will replacing my engine take?” and “Is rebuilding your engine more cost effective than replacing your engine?”. These a great question one of our certified auto engine repair and replacement technicians at A1 can answer that and more. You will sleep easier knowing that the crew at A1 Automotive is taking care of your car or truck.
Engine Rebuilding vs. Engine Replacement
It’s quite likely that engine rebuilding can save you money compared to engine replacement depending on the engine problem you are faced with and the cost of the parts needed for the repair.
Depending on the situation, rebuilding your engine can save you up-to half of what you would of spent on replacing your engine. Also, dependent upon what parts you might need and the amount of work hours needed for the project. You can trust that we will give you the most cost effective option possible.
Automotive diagnostics is our specialty and we know from experience that most engine rebuilds can be avoided with correct diagnostics and repair from a honest and qualified technicians at A1. Acurate automotive diagnostics is important to ensuring only needed repairs are done, saving you time and money. Unlike most engine mechanics, our mission is to fix the problem the first time in the most cost effective ways as possible to keep happy customers coming back to us time and time again. It’s not by mistake that we turn customers into friends. Our customers truly love and trust us and it shows through our customer reviews.
If you engine is not worth rebuilding, replacing the engine may be the best option for you. Replacing the engine will add more years to the life of your vehicle and turn a once problematic automobile into a reliable one. Also, replacing the engine saves you money on smaller repairs that would of been needed along the way such as belts, filters, hoses and coolant. Our #1 priority is to give you the best options available for getting your vehicle back on the road in reliable condition.
Whether you choose to repair, rebuild or replace you engine, Automotive Diagnostic Specialties is here to make your auto shop visit as quick and painless as possible. We offer engine repair, replacement and rebuilding for late model imports or newer domestic vehicles.
Engine Replacement & Overhaul Services:
Preventative maintenance for you vehicle helps you avoid costly future repairs and helps your automobile have a longer lifespan. Also, performing regular engine maintenance can help increase fuel efficiency and maintain peak performance. Get your regular engine maintenance done by A1.
Engine Replacement Services
Your engine is what keeps your vehicle moving. Although engines are meant to go many miles, they will eventually breakdown, past repair and past rebuilding. When this happens to you, don’t stress. Instead, bring your vehicle to a reliable engine replacement mechanic you can trust, like A1!
Your vehicle’s timing belt is a critical part of your vehicle’s combustion system. This timing belt synchronizes the crankshaft and camshaft rotation so that your engine valves close and open at the right time. Almost every vehicle has a timing belt and it’s important to keep your engine running correctly. Timing belts should be checked at regular service intervals to ensure proper timing. Bring your vehicle in to have your timing belt checked and (or) repaired/replaced by A1.
Your vehicle’s cylinder block is the house for the motor. The cylinder block houses important engine components such as valves, gaskets and seals inside the crankcase. Your cylinder block is one of the most important parts of your car and is designed to be extremely sturdy and strong. Although the cylinder block is strong, it is still susceptible to failure. If your engine won’t start, it could be due to a porous block, cracked blog, freeze plug or core plug failure.
Your vehicles cylinder head sits above the block, and closes the top of the cylinder, forming the combustion chamber. The cylinder head is responsible for coordinating the airflow in and out of your engine. If you cylinder head isn’t sealing the cylinders properly, this could result in insufficient compression causing the car to be difficult to drive.