By default, diesel engines produce a louder roar than their gas engine counterparts. However, not all loud noises are normal. Sometimes diesel engines will begin to make excessive, worrisome sounds. The engine may begin to clang, grind, or rattle. Many times, these sounds are indicative of a problem. However, there are many components and small systems that make up a diesel engine, so finding the exact cause of a noise can be challenging. As a result, many motorists rely upon an excessive noise diagnosis to help find the issue affecting their respective diesel engines. Possible causes of excessive noise include faulty rods, injectors, pistons, and valves. Loud noises may also result from low oil levels or if pressure in the engine is off. Repair techniques and costs will vary depending on the component needing repair, but an early diagnosis can ultimately prevent costlier repairs in the future.
If your diesel engine is making abnormal or excessive noise, allow us to set you up with an excessive noise diagnostic service. When a diesel engine begins making more noise than the standard roar, it’s important to quickly pinpoint the problem. By identifying a faulty component early, we can help prevent damage to other parts of your engine and save you time and money. After discovering the root problem, our staff will work with you to determine the best next steps to take in order to fix your engine and prevent future noise disturbances from occurring again. Let us help get you back on the road with a well-performing diesel engine.
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