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Is your car losing power on level roads? Is it idling so rough that you’re afraid it’s going to stall at a red light? Even if you have tried to take care of your engine with regular service, just normal wear and tear as the miles add up can cause engine problems, such as:

  • You see excessive smoke coming from the tailpipe
  • You hear unusual knocking sounds coming from under the hood
  • Oil is being burned faster than normal and is getting too low in between oil changes
  • The engine overheats frequently

Fortunately, these problems don’t necessarily mean that you should abandon your vehicle and rush out to purchase a new one. Considering the cost of engine repair versus the cost of a new vehicle is important in relation to your budget. The economic benefit of restoring your current vehicle with a rebuilt engine could be the better financial decision for you.

Just what does an engine rebuild include, you ask? Rebuilding an engine typically involves:

  • Removing and disassembling the engine block.
  • Cleaning and inspecting all the components of the engine to determine their condition.
  • Replacing damaged parts with new or refurbished ones that meet OEM standards. This should include piston rings, bearings, gaskets, seals, and lubricants. Other major parts, such as camshafts, crankshafts, and pistons, will be replaced only as necessary.
  • Reconditioning of the internal surfaces of the cylinders, as well as the cylinder head so that new piston rings can form a proper seal.
  • Reassembling and installing the engine.

Many engine repair technicians say that a rebuilt engine is actually better than a factory-installed engine. The truth is, a rebuilt engine that has been inspected, cleaned, and now has new parts, will be dependable, reliable, and backed by warranties.

A word of advice: Before choosing the engine repair option that is best for your vehicle, check out the warranties for both parts and labor offered by the auto shop.

Have more questions about what does an engine rebuild include? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Big Lake Automotive today for more information about engine repair options and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves the residents of Big Lake, MN, and surrounding areas.

Need to know what does an engine rebuild include? Take care of your car’s engine so you are not left stranded somewhere, facing a costly engine repair.

Is your car losing power on level roads? Is it idling so rough that you’re afraid it’s going to stall at a red light? Even if you have tried to take care of your engine with regular service, just normal wear and tear as the miles add up can cause engine problems, such as:

  • You see excessive smoke coming from the tailpipe
  • You hear unusual knocking sounds coming from under the hood
  • Oil is being burned faster than normal and is getting too low in between oil changes
  • The engine overheats frequently

Fortunately, these problems don’t necessarily mean that you should abandon your vehicle and rush out to purchase a new one. Considering the cost of engine repair versus the cost of a new vehicle is important in relation to your budget. The economic benefit of restoring your current vehicle with a rebuilt engine could be the better financial decision for you.

Just what does an engine rebuild include, you ask? Rebuilding an engine typically involves:

  • Removing and disassembling the engine block.
  • Cleaning and inspecting all the components of the engine to determine their condition.
  • Replacing damaged parts with new or refurbished ones that meet OEM standards. This should include piston rings, bearings, gaskets, seals, and lubricants. Other major parts, such as camshafts, crankshafts, and pistons, will be replaced only as necessary.
  • Reconditioning of the internal surfaces of the cylinders, as well as the cylinder head so that new piston rings can form a proper seal.
  • Reassembling and installing the engine.

Many engine repair technicians say that a rebuilt engine is actually better than a factory-installed engine. The truth is, a rebuilt engine that has been inspected, cleaned, and now has new parts, will be dependable, reliable, and backed by warranties.

A word of advice: Before choosing the engine repair option that is best for your vehicle, check out the warranties for both parts and labor offered by the auto shop.

Have more questions about what does an engine rebuild include? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Big Lake Automotive today for more information about engine repair options and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves the residents of Big Lake, MN, and surrounding areas.

Jamie Houle
Big Lake AutomotiveAuto Repair Shop in Big Lake, MN

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19868 172nd St NW, Big Lake, MN 55309763-263-0909service@biglakeautomotive.com
Mon:8:00am - 6:00pm
Tue:8:00am - 6:00pm
Wed:8:00am - 6:00pm
Thu:8:00am - 6:00pm
Fri:8:00am - 6:00pm
Sat:Closed
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