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Your vehicle may require an engine rebuild if you are experiencing high oil consumption and loss of engine compression. These issues usually manifest through symptoms such as hard starts, engine misfiring, lack of power, or engine knock. These problems can be caused by worn out or damaged pistons, crankshaft, rings, main bearings, worn-out valves, resulting from neglecting routine engine service.

Personal choice plays a big role when deciding whether to go for an engine repair it entirely, but there a few exceptions. If your car is running on an engine that has clocked something like 300,000 miles, it is more appropriate to replace the engine. On the other hand, if your car is not very old, say less than 5 years, then rebuilding the engine may be more feasible. During the engine repair process, the engine is usually taken apart to allow for inspection and cleaning. All the worn-out, inefficient or broken parts are removed and replaced with components that must meet the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) stipulations.

Some of the components that may require replacement include pistons, camshaft, timing chain, gasket, and oil pump. There are many advantages of rebuilding an engine; the first benefit is cost savings. The rebuilding process also extends the life of the engine, even though this largely depends on the number of replaced components. Scheduled engine service is highly recommended if you want to increase the life of your engine.

Wondering if it's wise to choose an engine rebuild? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Big Lake Automotive today for more information about engine service and to schedule an appointment. We specialize in auto repair services on all makes and models of domestic and imported vehicles, using the latest technology, and offering a leading warranty. Our auto shop proudly serves the residents of Big Lake, MN, and surrounding areas.

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Looking for Quality Engine Repair? Bring your car to your engine repair shop for periodic engine service to prevent major engine issues on the road
05
Oct
2016

Your vehicle may require an engine rebuild if you are experiencing high oil consumption and loss of engine compression. These issues usually manifest through symptoms such as hard starts, engine misfiring, lack of power, or engine knock. These problems can be caused by worn out or damaged pistons, crankshaft, rings, main bearings, worn-out valves, resulting from neglecting routine engine service.

Personal choice plays a big role when deciding whether to go for an engine repair it entirely, but there a few exceptions. If your car is running on an engine that has clocked something like 300,000 miles, it is more appropriate to replace the engine. On the other hand, if your car is not very old, say less than 5 years, then rebuilding the engine may be more feasible. During the engine repair process, the engine is usually taken apart to allow for inspection and cleaning. All the worn-out, inefficient or broken parts are removed and replaced with components that must meet the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) stipulations.

Some of the components that may require replacement include pistons, camshaft, timing chain, gasket, and oil pump. There are many advantages of rebuilding an engine; the first benefit is cost savings. The rebuilding process also extends the life of the engine, even though this largely depends on the number of replaced components. Scheduled engine service is highly recommended if you want to increase the life of your engine.

Wondering if it's wise to choose an engine rebuild? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Big Lake Automotive today for more information about engine service and to schedule an appointment. We specialize in auto repair services on all makes and models of domestic and imported vehicles, using the latest technology, and offering a leading warranty. Our auto shop proudly serves the residents of Big Lake, MN, and surrounding areas.

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