Engine & Tune-Ups
You are driving along and suddenly your check engine light goes on. What does it mean? Your vehicle’s engine light is part of an intricate monitoring system and it could come on for a variety of reasons. At TJF Auto Service we have the latest diagnostic equipment that lets us pinpoint the problem and get you on your way again.
Put your mind at ease and let the trusted TJF Auto Service technicians look after your vehicle.
Overheating Car Engine
Overheated engines can be quite a serious problem – not to mention it can be quite frightening to suddenly see steam billowing out from under the hood, the temperature gauge illuminated and strange sounds coming from the engine. Overheating can cause damage to the cooling system, radiator, piston rings, water pump, as well as the transmission and motor itself – and it’s not something that can wait.
TJF car engine repair technicians know the different reasons for overheating – coolant leak, slipped fan belt, radiator clogged, thermostat malfunction or failed head gasket, among others – and can tackle this and other vehicle issues proficiently and reasonably at one of our convenient car repair locations.
If your car’s engine is stalling or overheating, don’t try to guess what the problem is yourself. Have one of our skilled TJF car repair technicians examine your vehicle, identify the problem, repair your car and get you back on your way again.
Repairing your vehicle can cost a lot. On the other hand, if you properly maintain your vehicle it will cost small amounts of money on a regular basis. You will save money by preventing trouble before it happens with regular engine tune-ups. At TJF Auto Service we help to keep your vehicle running at its best and keep it running longer.
We make engine tune-ups as simple as 1, 2, 3:
- Check that the wiring looks solid and that there are no loose connections
- Check air, fuel and oil filters to help prevent overheating, stalling and unnecessary engine wear
- Check spark plugs to inspect for excessive wear and proper gapping