An Engine Failure Could Lead to Costly Repairs
Your engine is without a doubt the most important component of your vehicle. Without it your car wouldn’t be able to perform the simplest functions and an engine failure could lead you to an unfortunate situation. Not only is it an inconvenience for you but it puts you in a very difficult financial position. Depending on the condition of your car a complete overhaul of your engine could end up costing you more than the resale value of your vehicle. If your car is relatively new and in good condition then the repair may not be so expensive.
Instead of standing in front of your car with the hood open wondering what could possibly be the issue, take some time to understand some of the indicators of a faulty engine.
Some indicators you can check for:
- Unusual engine noises
- Difficult starting up
- Low oil pressure
These along with other noticeable inconveniences while driving can help you identify what needs to be done to your automobile. The longer you ignore these warning will lead to higher repair costs and that is a situation no one wants to be in.
Lack of oil pressure is a common factor in engine failures. If an engine isn’t lubricated enough it will stop working very quickly. This can be from not changing out the oil frequently enough to a worn out oil pump and both of these are caused by high mileage. The bottom line is don’t wait too long to service your automobile!
Since waiting too long is not an option, bring your car into 2J’s Automotive and let the mechanics take a look at your car and give it a free diagnostic test – $80 value. After the initial diagnostic they will inform you of what needs to be done to get your car back on the road and running the way it should be. Phones are answered 24/7 so call us at 817-232-9866 or send us an email with any questions you may have.