Engine Engine Replacement
Lowell's Auto Repair Provides Complete Engine Replacement Services
Don’t worry, engine replacement is a common procedure that we mechanics do all the time. Whether your engine has failed, worn out, or you just want to upgrade to a better one, we can help you out. We’ll work with you to find the best engine replacement option that fits your budget and needs.
While the cost of engine replacement can vary, we’ll be upfront with you about all the costs involved, so you can make an informed decision. And rest assured, we’ll handle the entire process with care and professionalism, ensuring that your new engine is installed correctly and runs smoothly.
Before we begin, we’ll discuss all available options, including repairing your existing engine or buying a new car, so you can make the best decision for your situation. And if you decide to go ahead with engine replacement, we’ll provide you with all the documentation and receipts for your records, so you can be confident in the value of your car.
When is it time to replace my engine?
There are several signs that your car engine may need to be replaced, including:
Loss of Power: If your car is struggling to accelerate or maintain speed, it could be a sign that the engine is losing power.
Unusual Noises: If you hear knocking, rattling, or other unusual noises coming from the engine, it may be a sign of serious engine trouble.
Smoke from the Exhaust: Smoke coming from the exhaust could be a sign of serious engine trouble, such as oil burning or a blown head gasket.
Oil Consumption: If your car is consuming oil at an abnormally high rate, it could be a sign of engine wear or damage.
Check Engine Light: If the check engine light is constantly on, it could be a sign of serious engine trouble.
Poor Fuel Economy: If your car is getting lower gas mileage than usual, it could be a sign that the engine is not running efficiently.
If you experience any of these symptoms, it’s important to have your car inspected by one of our qualified mechanics. Depending on the severity of the problem, the engine may need to be repaired or replaced.