Diagnostic Testing

If you are in need of an engine repair, this needs to get taken care of immediately. The engine is designed to be the power plant and mechanically or electrically produce power to your transmission to ultimately move your car down the street. Not taking care of your engine, could lead to unnecessary transmission repair as well. Proper maintenance and diagnostic testing will reduce repair bills in the long run.


Oil service should be done to keep the mechanical parts of your engine from prematurely failing and it prolongs the life of a gasoline or diesel type of engine. Coolant flushes help keep the cooling system like the water pump, hoses, radiator, heater core, and thermostat from failing. You wouldn’t want to add something like suspension work to your list of things to fix. If you engine temperature is too low, you pay more money for fuel. If it is too hot, your engine or associated parts may need to be replaced, which can get very costly.


In order to find out if your engine may need maintenance or repair, an auto mechanic should conduct a diagnostic testing. When parts to your engine leak, you run a high risk of overheating or starving the engine for oil pressure. Engine flushes and tune ups keep it running smoothly. You can always stop by Quick Tune & Lube so our team can run engine diagnostics to pinpoint if any problems may exist.