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Your vehicle's engine is composed of 100's of hoses, parts and other components. If anyone of those parts breaks or fails, your once purring engine will be brought to a standstill. Trust Transmasters with every servicing and repair your engine needs. We can handle every repair, big or small, from minor repairs to engine rebuilds and replacements.
Engine maintenance is vital to keeping your engine happy and running properly. That is why we recommend completing engine tune-ups at the mileage suggested by your vehicles maker as well as getting engine parts inspected and replaced before they are able to cause a major engine failure.
Transmasters is here to assist you with:
Timing belt/chain replacements
And much more
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One of the first things many people notice if their car's engine is in trouble is a large amount of exhaust smoke. Depending on the color of the smoke you can sometimes diagnose the issue at hand. Blue smoke represents burning oil, white smoke is an indication of burning coolant and black smoke means too much gasoline is being used.
Pay attention to the areas that you normally park your car so that you notice any leaks. If you ever notice something dripping from your vehicle you should have a professional technician identify it. Leaking transmission fluid (red), coolant (green), or leaking engine or brake fluid indicates a problem that could lead to further issues if not addressed.
Sometimes you may just feel like the engine is working harder than usual. You may notice that it seems to be chugging or shaking in response to pressing the gas. This may not necessarily mean that a repair is necessary, but that the engine simply needs a tune-up, so it’s a good idea to have a mechanic look at it to avoid further extreme issues in the future.