Engine Service

  1. Inspection: We'll start by visually inspecting the engine and its components, such as belts, hoses, spark plugs, and fluids. We'll look for wear, damage, leaks, or other issues affecting the engine's performance or longevity.

  2. Fluids Check: We'll check the engine oil, coolant, and other essential fluids to ensure they're at the correct levels and in good condition. If any liquids are low or contaminated, we'll top them up or replace them.

  3. Belts and Hoses: We'll inspect the engine's belts and hoses for wear, cracking, or damage. If necessary, we'll replace them to prevent potential failures or damage to other engine components.

  4. Spark Plugs: We'll check the condition of your spark plugs, which are responsible for igniting the air-fuel mixture in the engine. We'll replace them if worn, dirty, or damaged to ensure proper combustion and optimal engine performance.

  5. Air Filter: We'll inspect your engine's air filter, which helps remove dirt and debris from the machine. If it's clogged or dirty, we'll replace it with a new one to maintain proper airflow and engine efficiency.

  6. Fuel System: We'll check your car's fuel system, including the fuel injectors, pump, and filter, to ensure they're functioning correctly and delivering the right fuel to the engine.

  7. Cooling System: We'll examine the cooling system, including the radiator, thermostat, water pump, and coolant hoses, to ensure it's keeping your engine at the proper temperature and preventing overheating.

  8. Battery: We'll check your car's battery to ensure it's providing enough power to start your engine and keep your vehicle's electrical systems running smoothly.

  9. Test Drive: After addressing any issues, we'll take your car for a test drive to ensure the engine runs smoothly and performs as it should.

The specifics of an engine service may vary depending on the make and model of your foreign car, as well as its age and overall condition. Regular engine maintenance is vital for your vehicle's performance, efficiency, and longevity, so it's a good idea to have it checked periodically by a professional auto mechanic.