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Diesel Engine Service

If your diesel engine is in need of service, we can help with complete transmission service. Contact us today to set an appointment.

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Diesel engine vehicles work extremely hard, pushing, pulling, and carrying the heaviest loads. That means diesel engines are subject to a great degree of daily stress and wear. The key to keeping your diesel engine vehicle in peak condition is diesel engine service. Whether it is routine checks of the coolant and fuel filter, or servicing problems like an engine leak, your diesel engine will perform at its best when it is properly maintained and issues are quickly addressed. Our experienced team is here to help.

Visit Tire Stop in Barboursville, WV for all your diesel engine service needs!

Diesel engine services:

  • Fluid check and replacement
  • Filter changes
  • Diesel engine diagnostics
  • EGR valve replacement

Our expert technicians service:

  • Class 8 Trucks
  • Vans
  • Buses
  • RVs
  • Construction Equipment
  • And more

If your diesel engine is in need of service, we can help with complete transmission service. Contact us today to set an appointment.

How are diesel engines different from gas engines?

Both gas engines and diesel engines are powered by internal combustion, but in distinct ways. A gas engine involves fuel and air injected into small metal cylinders. The engine piston compresses the mixture and a small electric spark from a sparking plug ignites it. The mixture explodes, generating power that drives the piston down the cylinder through the crankshaft and gears to turn the wheels. 

In a diesel engine, air enters the cylinder and compressed with great force. Once the air is compressed, a mist of fuel is sprayed into the cylinder, in most cases by an electronic fuel-injection system. Because the air is so hot that the fuel instantly ignites and explodes without any need for a spark plug. This controlled explosion causes the piston to push back out of the cylinder, producing the power that drives the vehicle or machine. 

 

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