Big Engine Problems that Could Require an Engine Replacement

 

Big Engine Problems that Could Require an Engine ReplacementThere are few worse things to hear when you're at the auto repair shop than, "Your car needs a new engine." While it is far and few between that term is tossed around, it does happen, and it breaks hearts and sinks wallets. So what sorts of trouble can result in the need for a new car engine? The following are four big problems that could lead to this type of repair, but when it comes down to it, you can generally avoid all of this will proper auto maintenance.

Seized Engine

If you're told that your engine has seized it is most probable that the lubrication system, as in the oil, stopped working. This can occur if your vehicle has an oil leak, is not properly maintained, the oil fails to circulate or the wrong oil is used in a vehicle. In short, low oil levels will lead to major engine trouble, like melted cylinders, cracked blocks and more.

Hydrolocked Engine

If water gets into the cylinders due to a failed gasket or internal engine damage, the cylinder will not be able to compress it, as it can the air and fuel that is usually in there. This means that the water could actually damage the piston and all the parts that are attached to it.

Major Overheating

If the cooling system fails it could cause your car to overheat. In most cases you just need to pull over and let it cooldown and ensure that the problem with the cooling system is fixed. However, if your car is not turned off soon enough the overheating could lead to mega enginet trouble, like a blown head gasket or a cracked head or block.

Broken Timing Belt

If your car uses a timing belt and it snaps before it is changed (as it should be according to your car's service manual), the piston will hit the valves, resulting in the need for valve repair, at the very least. There is a good chance that the damage will be so severe it will be cheaper to replace the engine than to repair it.

If your vehicle is experiencing engine troubles don't hesitate to have them checked out. If you do end up in need of an engine swap in Mesa or the surrounding communities, reach out to Discount Engines. We service all makes and models from our huge stock of rebuilt and used engines. If you'd like to learn more, or if you would like an estimate for an engine replacement in Mesa give us a call at (480) 351-6068 today.


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