Engine and Transmission
It is important you give your car regular engine check and thorough examination of your car’s emission controls and ignition system. This will ensure the efficiency of your car engine and the health of your car motors for a long time.
However, eventually, some parts will malfunction and you will need to replace some parts of the ignition system like the rotor button, contact breaker or distributor cap. It might also be necessary to make adjustments in the head bolts of your cylinder and replace your spark plugs or filters. So, it is important to regularly check with your car mechanic to know more about the engine of your car and always change worn out parts before they cause greater damages.
New cars may not need regular engine tune-ups and may run smoothly for years without any needs for repairs or replacements. However, it is important you do not take chances by regularly sending your car for professional analysis and servicing. Sometimes, even with the right engine tune-ups, it is possible for your car engine to wear down and break down eventually.
When this occurs, you will decide between buying a new engine and repairing the old one to manage for a few more years before replacement. Of course, you can run on the old engine for a few more years if the damage is repairable, but where the damage is severe, replacement is the right thing to do.
Motor repairs work best for cars whose engines produces strange noises and cars whose engines have locked up. But for totally damaged engine, you will have to go for a new engine to replace the damaged one. You have the options of replacing your car engine with a branded one or try some affordable fairly used engines that are available at our workshop. While we would advice you buy a new engine, a good fairly used engine can be a good alternative when you are low on cash.
Our refurbished engines work well and are highly recommended for you when you are on a low budget. However, the choice of whether to go for engine repair or replacement is entire yours because you must consider the life of your vehicle and its motors.