Downtown Auto Does Engines

Downtown Auto Service is the ideal choice for major vehicle repairs, regardless of whether you own a newer domestic vehicle or a late model import. Our expert services are backed by a guarantee, ensuring that you receive the highest quality engine overhaul and replacement services in the Green Bay area.

Call us at 920-437-1665

Engine

The engine block is the core of any motor vehicle, containing the cylinders and various components such as the crankshaft, camshaft, gaskets, valves, and seals. All of these parts are kept inside a lubricated and cooled crankcase, making it an essential part of the vehicle. Despite its robust design, the internal components can still fail due to issues like gasket and seal failure, bearing failure, and premature camshaft wear. If you suspect any problems with your engine, call 920-437-1665 to consult with an expert who can provide an accurate diagnosis.

Cylinder Head

The cylinder head is a vital component of the engine, located above the engine block, and serves to close the top of the cylinder while forming the combustion chamber. It regulates the flow of air in and out of the engine and plays a critical role in maintaining compression. Any inadequacy in compression can lead to low power while driving the car. Cylinder head gasket leaks can cause overheating and misfires. For professional examination and repair of your cylinder head, consult the experienced specialists at Downtown Auto Service.

Diesel

Diesel engines may not need regular tune-ups like gasoline engines, but they still require routine maintenance to ensure their longevity. Some common maintenance tasks for diesel engines include oil and filter changes, air filter changes, fuel filter changes, bleeding of the fuel system, replacing glow plugs, draining water separators, and refilling the urea injection system. To make sure your diesel engine is well-maintained and running smoothly, trust the specialists at Downtown Auto Service.

Engine Maintenance

Manufacturers of car parts emphasize the importance of preventive maintenance for the longevity of a vehicle. Car engines, like any other auto part, have a limited lifespan and require regular maintenance to extend their life. Regular engine maintenance is key to sustaining peak performance and fuel efficiency. Trust the experts at Downtown Auto Service for top-notch engine maintenance services.

Engine Repair

If your vehicle exhibits any signs of trouble, rely on Downtown Auto Service for comprehensive engine repair services in Green Bay, WI. Our team of skilled auto mechanics can handle everything from diagnosing check engine light issues to performing precise repairs on engine components.

Engine Replacement

The engine is responsible for converting energy into mechanical motion to power your vehicle. While it is typically dependable, engines are prone to damage and malfunctions. If your engine is experiencing issues, don’t fret. Bring your vehicle to Downtown Auto for a thorough diagnosis and effective repair plan. Our team of experts is equipped to handle everything from check engine light diagnosis to precise internal engine repairs. Come see us at 434 E Walnut Street for reliable engine replacement services.

Timing Belt

The internal combustion engine of your vehicle contains a component called a timing belt, which plays a critical role in synchronizing the rotation of the camshaft and the crankshaft. This ensures that the engine valves open and close at the correct time and prevents the piston from damaging the valves in an interference engine. Unlike a timing chain that is made of metal, a timing belt is usually made of rubber and has teeth on the inside surface. While most modern cars have timing belts instead of timing chains and gears, it’s essential to check the manufacturer’s recommended mileage and have your car’s timing belt inspected regularly. For expert inspection and maintenance of your timing belt, get in touch with Downtown Auto Service today.

Timing Chains

The timing chain is a component of the car engine that synchronizes the rotation of the crankshaft and camshaft in the engine’s lower and higher portions. This allows the engine’s intake and exhaust valves to open and close at precisely predetermined intervals during each revolution of the engine. It serves as a link between the upper (Camshaft and valves) and bottom end parts of the engine (pistons and crankshaft). For optimal power and overall engine performance, as well as fuel economy, proper synchronization between valve timing and cylinder stroke is required. Chain problems are frequent in automobiles with increasing mileage. Unless there is a specific fault, the timing chain may need to be replaced between 80,000 and 120,000 miles. Call us if you are noticing your vehicle running rough, has the check engine light on, or excessive rattling or ticking from the engine.

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