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Engine Repair for Gastonia, NC & the Surrounding Areas

Chances are you paid a good penny for your vehicle. Why jeopardize the life of it by not taking care of the engine? 

Taking care of your engine means you’ll have a better chance at keeping your vehicle well into the future. One way you can take care of your engine is by staying on top of engine maintenance. This includes getting any necessary repairs done immediately and not waiting until the problem gets worse. When it comes to your car engine repairs, trust the experienced staff at Pasour Auto Repair in Gastonia, NC. 

Vehicles today are complex and it takes a skilled auto mechanic to get to the root of the problem. Some think that they can complete their engine repair projects themselves, but more times than not, these people do not have the right tools. At Pasour, we have the tools needed to get the job done in a timely manner.

If you are having issues while driving your car, your gas mileage is not as good as it used to be, or your check engine light is on, it is important to get your vehicle into our auto repair shop. We will test the engine and determine the issue. 

Engine Repair Gastonia, NC

Is your check engine light on? 

The ‘check engine’ light or ‘service engine soon’ light is illuminated when an issue is detected. Sensors in the emissions, engine, and powertrain send a signal that alter the driver to a potential fault in one of the systems requiring engine repair. Our certified mechanics can help retrieve codes that point to the problem and provide you with quality auto repair services depending on the issue. 

If your light is illuminated, it could mean you have bad air flow, bad spark plugs and spark plug wires, a loose gas cap, failing oxygen sensor, problems with the catalytic converter or other problems.  In order to reduce engine repair it is important to have regular oil changes and to replace your timing belt according to the manufacturer’s recommendation. It is also important to regularly check the engine for coolant leaks or cracks in the radiator hoses.

Sounds like knocking or tapping could mean you have a low oil level. Also, it could be an indication that something in your engine is starting to wear.  Without a working engine, your car is just a heavy piece of useless metal. So, if it’s not working, what could it be? Here are a few things that may be to blame:
  • Low Oil
  • Oil Pump Failure
  • Dirty Oil
  • Broken Oxygen Sensors
  • Broken Seals
  • Loss of Coolant
  • Clogged Radiator
  • Broken or Worn Out Spark Plugs
  • Loose or Missing Gas Cap
If your check engine light is on, it could be a number of things. Get in touch with one of our auto mechanics for diagnosis. We offer engine repairs at affordable prices. Call today!
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