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Engine Repair - Transmission Repair

Engine and Transmission Repair
Transmission Shifter
Automatic Transmission/Transaxle for the engine and transmission section.

Les Dobos Auto Centre can fix engine and transmission problems for all kinds of cars in Calgary, using accurate diagnosis and top-quality parts that meet or exceed OEM standards. Their experienced team provides trustworthy and fast service for a low cost, for both minor adjustments and larger component replacements.

We can inspect, diagnose, and repair any engine or transmission issues your vehicle may have, and also recommend preventative maintenance for the future. To get your car fixed by Les Dobos Auto Centre’s expert technicians, bring it in for inspection and repair.

Most Common Engine Problems

Poor Lubrication

Regular maintenance prevents costly engine damage caused by poor lubrication. Get oil changes and filter replacements from a trusted mechanic to keep your car safe and in top condition.

Failing Oil Pump

Using the correct engine oil is crucial for your car. Use the right viscosity and avoid costly repairs caused by oil pump failure or engine damage. When using the right oil, your car will run smoothly and efficiently while minimizing fuel consumption and pollution. Don’t risk engine problems. Use the right oil and enjoy a better performing car for a longer time.

Oil Deposits and Debris

Dirty oil and debris can harm your car’s engine, causing it to malfunction or break over time. To prevent this, ensure that your oil filters are cleaned regularly to prevent the buildup of harmful dirt and debris. This simple maintenance task significantly increases the lifespan of your engine and saves you from costly repairs. Therefore, clean your oil filters frequently to keep your car and wallet happy!

Inadequate Fuel and Air Compression

If there is not enough fuel and air compression in a car engine, it’s bad news. This can happen if the valve seals are broken, there are holes in the cylinders, or the piston rings are too worn out. When this happens, air leaks out and the engine doesn’t work properly.

Leaking Engine Coolant

Low engine coolant in your car can cause serious engine damage and expensive repair bills. A professional mechanic should be contacted immediately to identify and fix any leaks or malfunctions with the cooling system.

Blocked Engine Radiators

Regularly changing your engine coolant is essential to avoid blockage in engine radiators, overheating, and potentially expensive repairs. Keep track of your coolant change schedule as directed in your manual or consult a mechanic. This practice prolongs the life of your engine, avoids breakdowns, and saves you money on repair bills. Be mindful of consistent coolant changes to maintain your vehicle’s engine efficiency and wellbeing.

Prolonged Engine Detonation

Engine detonation can harm your car and cost you a lot of money. If your car’s engine gets too hot or has too much pressure, it might be damaged. As a driver, it’s important to know what causes this and how to spot the signs. If you notice any problems, you should get help from a professional as soon as possible. Regular checks and maintenance can prevent big problems down the road. Look after your engine and your car will drive better for longer.

Damaged Oxygen Sensors

You should look after your car’s oxygen sensors. They tell the car’s computer system how much oxygen is in the engine, which helps the car use the right amount of fuel. Broken sensors make the car use more fuel, acceleration becomes slower and harmful fumes pollute the air, which can cost you a lot of money to fix. Make sure to check and change the sensors as soon as possible to improve the way you drive and save money.

Aged Spark Plugs

Keeping spark plugs in good condition is really important if you want your vehicle to last a long time and work well. If the spark plugs are old and worn out, then the vehicle won’t work as well. This can cause problems like using more fuel and causing damage to the engine. To avoid these problems, it’s a good idea to regularly look at the spark plugs and change them if needed, according to the instructions from the manufacturer. This will save you money and keep the engine working properly.