Engine Stalling

When an engine stalls, this could mean a variety of problems. It could be a simply fix, such as replacing or charging the car battery; or it could be something more serious, like a failing engine. A one-time stall usually means a battery or fuel issue; but if you are experiencing frequent stalling, this could mean you need to repair your engine or replace it entirely.

Banging and Clinking Noises in the Engine Carriage

If you are hearing strange, and even loud, noises coming from the engine region of your vehicle, this is a sign of wear and tear. The diagnosis could be a number of things; from spark plugs to engine oil. Piston rings, the connector rod, crankshaft, valves, sump, cylinders, and more can all cause these strange noises to occur. It is important to have your car engine inspected every few thousand miles to make sure these engine components and more are all functional and in good condition.

Overheating

An engine in a car or truck can overheat for several reasons. A car or truck engine requires a specific supply of anti-freeze to help prevent an engine from overheating. It travels through all the engine components, keeping them cool while in drive-mode. To accurately determine what is causing the overheating to happen, identify when the car or truck is overheating. If it is overheating while driving at high speeds, it could mean the thermostat is broken, there’s a kink in the radiator hose, or other radiator problems. If your vehicle’s engine overheats at a standstill, the possibilities include an inoperative electric cooling fan, faulty AC sensors, bad head gaskets, bad radiator cap, and again, low coolant levels.