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Engine repair service in New Hampshire and Maine
There are a variety of signs you should look out for when it comes to the performance of your car’s engine. If you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms schedule an appointment today with your nearest Stratham Tire auto service center
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Top symptoms of engine trouble in your car
Loss of power: one of the primary functions of your engine is to convert fuel into actual power to make your car or truck move. One of the earliest signs of trouble in an engine can often be seen by a noticeable loss of power.
Odor: More often than not, with engines (and without) odor is typically a good sign that something is wrong. When it comes to your engine, a noxious odor coming from your exhaust is a good signal that you should have your engine looked at by a trained professional.
Rough Idling or Running: If your engine seems to be “running rough”, there could be a clog in your system that has caused performance to deteriorate. While this symptom could come about due to a number of conditions, it’s important to get it checked out to ensure that your engine isn’t at fault.
Low gas mileage: are you noticing lower gas mileage? Suffering gas mileage can often be a good sign that one or more parts of your engine aren’t working properly. Many times, a tune-up is necessary. Other times, it could be as simple as the need for a simple fuel-cleaner or even a new air filter.
Stalling: While stalling in a manual transmission vehicle is often seen as a rite of passage, stalling in an automatic transmission vehicle should rarely occur. If you are experiencing engine stalling with an automatic vehicle, there is likely a problem with your engine. Schedule an appointment today to diagnose the problem.
Noises: Like odors, noises are also a telltale sign of something wrong. Your engine should work