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Engine Repair Service in Texas

Your truck’s engine is the most important part of the vehicle. Without it, you’re not going anywhere.

About A-Z's Engine Repair Services in Texas

Engine issues aren’t something you can afford to overlook, literally or figuratively. It’s a complicated piece of machinery that requires consistent attention to ensure it’s always operating to the best of its ability. The team at A-Z Truck & Trailer Repair understands how important your rig is to your business and your bottom line; you can’t risk your rig giving out on you during business hours when time costs money. If you begin to suffer problems like low fuel economy, engine power loss, blowby excessiveness, or any other issues don’t leave things to chance. Give A-Z Truck & Trailer Repair a call and schedule an appointment with one of our technicians. Our ASE-certified mechanics will give you an immediate diagnosis of your engine troubles and repair your vehicle on time and on budget. We employ the best tools and technologies on the market for service diagnosis and issue resolution. Just some of the engine repair and inspection services we offer include

  • Replacement of girdles, tubes, and wheel clamps
  • Inspection, repair, and replacement of engine wiring
  • Full lubrication job for all engine filters
  • Exchange, rebuilding, and replacement of the engine

Our Experience

A-Z Truck & Trailer Repair’s team of specialists is ASE-certified and well-versed in the most common truck engines on the road today, from Cummins to CAT to International. They’re constantly improving and expanding their knowledge and keeping up with the latest trends and technologies in the diesel engine industry. They’ll be able to tackle any challenge your engine might throw at them. Our technicians are fully trained and qualified in the replacement, exchange, upgrading, examination, and overhaul of all aspects of a diesel engine from the smallest bolt or wire to the biggest components.

With your engine being such a complicated piece of machinery, even if you start suffering issues you may not always know what’s causing the issue in question. Below are some common issues that can affect your engine and its components.

Common Engine Issues

Ruptured Head Gasket

Although small, the head gasket is incredibly important for the proper functioning of your engine. The gasket allows for your cylinder block and cylinder head to contract and expand while at different operating temperatures alongside allowing access to the engine’s inner components. However, if your engine is suffering from prolonged bouts of overheating the head gasket can blow or rupture as a byproduct. Signs of a ruptured gasket include white exhaust smoke, extreme coolant loss, poor performance, and poor fuel efficiency. It should be replaced immediately if ruptured (to avoid follow-on issues in other parts of the engine) but otherwise will last the engine’s lifetime.

Faulty Fuel Filter

One of the many filters in your engine, the fuel filter’s responsibility is to remove contaminants from your engine’s fuel and prevent any damage from debris. However, as with any filter, it can become clogged and result in your engine suffering from rough idles, stalling, and misfires. This is a natural occurrence from age and use. Ideally, the filter should be changed every time you bring your truck in for an oil change.

About A-Z's Engine Repair Services in Texas

Engine issues aren’t something you can afford to overlook, literally or figuratively. It’s a complicated piece of machinery that requires consistent attention to ensure it’s always operating to the best of its ability. The team at A-Z Truck & Trailer Repair understands how important your rig is to your business and your bottom line; you can’t risk your rig giving out on you during business hours when time costs money. If you begin to suffer problems like low fuel economy, engine power loss, blowby excessiveness, or any other issues don’t leave things to chance. Give A-Z Truck & Trailer Repair a call and schedule an appointment with one of our technicians. Our ASE-certified mechanics will give you an immediate diagnosis of your engine troubles and repair your vehicle on time and on budget. We employ the best tools and technologies on the market for service diagnosis and issue resolution. Just some of the engine repair and inspection services we offer include

  • Replacement of girdles, tubes, and wheel clamps
  • Inspection, repair, and replacement of engine wiring
  • Full lubrication job for all engine filters
  • Exchange, rebuilding, and replacement of the engine

Our Experience

A-Z Truck & Trailer Repair’s team of specialists is ASE-certified and well-versed in the most common truck engines on the road today, from Cummins to CAT to International. They’re constantly improving and expanding their knowledge and keeping up with the latest trends and technologies in the diesel engine industry. They’ll be able to tackle any challenge your engine might throw at them. Our technicians are fully trained and qualified in the replacement, exchange, upgrading, examination, and overhaul of all aspects of a diesel engine from the smallest bolt or wire to the biggest components.

With your engine being such a complicated piece of machinery, even if you start suffering issues you may not always know what’s causing the issue in question. Below are some common issues that can affect your engine and its components.

Common Engine Issues

Ruptured Head Gasket

Although small, the head gasket is incredibly important for the proper functioning of your engine. The gasket allows for your cylinder block and cylinder head to contract and expand while at different operating temperatures alongside allowing access to the engine’s inner components. However, if your engine is suffering from prolonged bouts of overheating the head gasket can blow or rupture as a byproduct. Signs of a ruptured gasket include white exhaust smoke, extreme coolant loss, poor performance, and poor fuel efficiency. It should be replaced immediately if ruptured (to avoid follow-on issues in other parts of the engine) but otherwise will last the engine’s lifetime.

Faulty Fuel Filter

One of the many filters in your engine, the fuel filter’s responsibility is to remove contaminants from your engine’s fuel and prevent any damage from debris. However, as with any filter, it can become clogged and result in your engine suffering from rough idles, stalling, and misfires. This is a natural occurrence from age and use. Ideally, the filter should be changed every time you bring your truck in for an oil change.

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