Why Choose Trinity’s Quality Auto Care for Diesel Service?
Engines are the heart of every car, considered one of the greatest contributions to modern technology. Just like gasoline engines, diesels also require regular service and maintenance; otherwise problems will sooner or later arise.
Diesel engines tend to go longer without any major repairs or ignition tune-ups, but they do require low-cost maintenance in the form of oil and filter changes. This is where getting your diesel engine inspected and serviced by Trinity’s Quality Auto Care proves vital. Call us to schedule a diesel service appointment right away.
Certified and Trained Technicians Dedicated to Diesel Service & Maintenance
The technicians at Trinity’s Quality Auto Care have years of experience in handling, servicing and repairing diesel engines. All of our technicians are ASE Certified in diesel servicing and maintenance, which includes optimizing your engine for better fuel savings, lower gas emissions, and fewer maintenance requirements. If you feel your diesel engine is not operating properly, do not hesitate to visit our diesel service shop.
Multi-Point Inspection Process for Accurate Diesel Service
After setting up an appointment with our technicians, we will conduct a thorough inspection and analysis process of your car’s diesel engine. This process will highlight and assess the condition of the engine’s fuel system, fuel filters, air filter, lubricating oil, and engine oil, along with the engine’s rings, pistons and head gasket. You can rest assured all problems with your engine are highlighted instantly.
No-Pressure Recommendations and Comprehensive Overviews
Upon successful completion of the inspection process, one of our experienced diesel service advisors will provide you the necessary details regarding what issues are currently hindering engine performance. We’ll discuss what repairs are needed in order to get your engine working efficiently again. The work will begin only after your approval.
Repairs Performed with High-Quality Parts
During the diesel service process, if any part is found to be faulty, damaged or broken, our technicians will replace it with a brand-new OEM part or aftermarket alternative that meets or exceeds OEM specifications. As a result, your engine will stay genuine and original even after service is complete.