At the heart of every vehicle is the internal combustion engine. The engine is responsible for generating the power that
actually moves the vehicle by igniting a fuel/air mixture within the cylinders. This combustion forces the pistons inside the
cylinders to move in a downward motion. Connected to these pistons are connecting rods, which also connect to the crankshaft.
As the pistons are forced in a downward motion from the combustion, this reciprocating motion is converted to rotary motion
via the crankshaft, which is ultimately delivered to your vehicle's axles, turning your wheels.
There are many components that make up the entire engine assembly, and it is important that each component is in good, working condition to ensure proper engine function and safety. These components include, but aren't limited to:
If your vehicle's check engine light is on or you feel that your car isn't performing the way it should, bring to us and let our professional technicians diagnose your vehicle's problems.