Engine Repair in Tyler
If your heavy-duty diesel truck emits an alarming amount of smoke from its tailpipe, consumes bottle after bottle of oil, knocks and taps whenever it's running regardless of the speed, then you need Texas 18 Wheel Services, Inc.. We offer trustworthy and reliable engine repair and maintenance for heavy-duty diesel trucks.
Don't wait until the "check engine" light burns itself out before you get the necessary engine repair and maintenance your heavy-duty diesel truck needs. Call us at (903) 216-2613 now.
Texas 18 Wheel Services, Inc. is Your Go-To Local Engine Repair Garage
Luckily, trustworthy and reliable local engine repair and maintenance is only a phone call away. Our company was built and continues to thrive on excellent heavy-duty diesel truck repair and maintenance services. To speak to a staff member about your current truck troubles, please give us a call. We will work with you to assess the problem and make sure that you aren't putting yourself or other motorists at risk when you're behind the wheel.
Trust Our Team with Your Common Engine Problems
It doesn't matter how old your heavy-duty diesel truck is, how far you have driven it, or who manufactured it—engine repair and maintenance is a reality all truck drivers will have to face sooner or later. Regular professional maintenance can help reduce the risk of your engine breaking down, so be sure to schedule a service appointment at our shop.
Expert Engine Repair Services
Engine Won't Start
If your engine doesn't start, it might mean:
- Low or dead battery
- Corroded or loose battery cables
- Ignition switch failure
- Defective fuel pump
- Clogged fuel filter
- Starter motor relay failure
If the engine clicks but doesn't crank, then it's typically a battery issue. If it cranks but doesn't start, then it is usually a sign that there is a problem with the fuel or ignition systems.
An overheating engine is most likely due to low coolant levels. Frequent overheating can cause serious and pricey damage to engines. If your engine continues to overheat regardless of how much coolant you are putting into it, it might mean:
- The coolant system is leaking or damaged
- Faulty thermostat
- The cooling fan is malfunctioning
- Broken radiator hose
- Defective radiator cap
A cracked head or blown head gasket may also be causing your engine to overheat. White exhaust smoke is usually an indication that there's a problem with your engine's cooling system and may require service immediately.
Check Engine Light
The check engine light is designed to light up whenever a fault is detected in any of the sensors attached to the emission, engine, or powertrain controls. Although useful, it can often be a source of frustration for drivers because it fails to indicate the nature of the problem.
The service engine light could be notifying you about:
- Loose or missing gas cap
- Spark plugs or wires are damaged
- Electronic control module failure
- Defective coil packs
- Emissions control faulty
- Fuel quality low
Contact Us Now for Friendly, Affordable Engine Repair in Tyler
Your heavy-duty diesel truck can't run without its engine, which is why our highly trained and experienced mechanics are at your service when you need us. Call now!