Most commercial diesel engines these days are turbocharged. Turbos dramatically increase power and efficiency, particularly on diesel engines, which makes them a must-have item on engines that rely heavily on both. However, sometimes issues arise in turbo systems; at By The Book Diesel & Auto Repair in Albuquerque, we can fix that.
While keeping your car, truck, or SUV looking nice is important, there are other reasons to keep the exterior of your vehicle in good shape. From By The Book Diesel & Auto Repair in Albuquerque, NM, here are some tips for keeping your car looking good, and how that keeps it reliably on the road.
Is your diesel having issues starting up? Do you hear a knocking noise? Is there blue colored smoke coming from your engine? Don't ingore the signs, those could all be signs of engine failure. One of the leading issues that lead to diesel engine failure is fuel contamination. Fuel contamination comes in different forms, but always has the same result - engine trouble and fuel system failures. Here’s what you need to know about fuel contamination with diesel trucks, from By The Book Diesel & Auto Repair in Albuquerque, NM.
At By The Book Diesel & Auto Repair in Albuquerque, we understand the importance of proper transmission maintenance. Commercial trucks are heavy, and they rack in a lot of miles. With this combination, it’s essential the transmissions in your trucks are always performing their best. Here’s a few things to watch out for:
At By The Book Diesel & Auto Repair in Albuquerque, we’re not only here to fix your truck when something goes wrong...we’re here to help you understand your truck a little better, too. Here are some tips concerning your thermostat - how it works, what to watch out for, and what to do about it when one fails.
Wheel bearings are an often overlooked, but incredibly important component on your diesel truck; and when one begins to fail, other problems begin to arise. By The Book Diesel & Auto Repair in Albuquerque has the information you need to recognize a problem before it turns into a bigger one. Here’s what to look out for: