Why Choose Ron’s Automotive and Collision for Your Engine Repair?
Your car’s engine is made up of thousands of components with their own complex inner workings. Each of these parts, combined with the electrical sensors and controls in your vehicle, must perform their roles precisely for your engine to run efficiently and smoothly.
As time passes, some engine parts may begin to wear out or get damaged. Even a simple issue with a part can lead to your car’s engine not working properly. In such cases, it’s time to have your engine inspected and repaired at Ron’s Automotive and Collision. Give us a call to schedule an engine repair appointment right away.
Certified and Trained Technicians Dedicated to Engine Repair
Ron’s Automotive and Collision technicians have years of experience in repairing and servicing all types of engines (diesel or gas), each of them ASE Certified. This ensures that with engine repair from us, you will benefit from lower emissions, improved reliability (no startup issues), and better fuel savings.
Thorough Inspection Process for Accurate Engine Repairs
After setting up an appointment, one of our experienced technicians will perform a thorough multi-point inspection process of your car’s engine. This will highlight and assess the overall condition of the engine, including its oil, air filters, fuel filter, fuel system and electrical system. The head gasket, pistons, and rings are also checked for any wear or damage.
No-Pressure Recommendations for Repairing Your Engine
Once the inspection process is complete, our engine repair advisor will give you a comprehensive summary of your engine’s condition. This will give you the information you need regarding all necessary repairs to get your car engine working perfectly again, allowing you to make an informed decision.
Repairs Performed with High-Quality Parts
Engine repair requires the replacement of broken, worn out or improperly functioning parts. Ron’s Automotive and Collision always uses original OEM parts or aftermarket alternatives that meet or exceed OEM guidelines.