Engine & Gearbox Overhaul

The process of overhauling or rebuilding the engine is done in two ways: in-chassis rebuilding and out-chassis rebuilding. In-chassis rebuilding involves reviving your engine without removing it from the car and is termed as the most natural way of rebuilding your engine. An in-chassis rebuild may generally consist of replacing cylinder liners, piston rings, crankshaft bearings, valve stem seals, oil pump, and head gasket. Repairing or replacing these components of the engine might help in reviving the engine’s performance to a great extent.

The second method of rebuilding or overhauling is out-chassis rebuilding. This process involves detaching the engine from the car, unbolting totally, and thoroughly cleaning and inspecting. This overhauling technique involves replacing all the major components of the engine with new factory-made components. Other parts such as block casting, head casting, crankshaft, conrods, flywheels, and camshafts can also be repaired if they aren’t totally vanished or broken instead.

Drive Shaft

The drive shaft of a car is an important part of its transmission. If not working properly, it can cause numerous problems. The drive shaft uses the torque generated by the engine to rotate the vehicle’s wheels. Externally, it may not be obvious that the drive shaft is broken, but its interior must be maintained and lubricated to function properly. Therefore, it is recommended that you bring your car for inspection here at AUTOBACS if you suspect that your driveshaft is having some issues.

Shock Absorber

Suspension is an important aspect of every car. The purpose of a shock absorber not only ensures good control and handling of the vehicle but it also ensures that the driver and passengers are comfortable during the ride. This is because most roads are not perfectly flat, so a suspension system is needed, or the journey will be incredibly bumpy.

A general sign that your shock absorbers may need repair or replacement is if you feel that your car is not stable when hard cornering, braking, or accelerating. Another common sign is if your car bounces for a prolonged duration after a bump on the road, which means that your shock absorbers are no longer performing like intended.

If you are unsure of what issues your car is having, our professional mechanics will conduct thorough and proactive checks to ensure that your car is in optimal condition.

Engine & Gearbox Overhaul

The process of overhauling or rebuilding the engine is done in two ways: in-chassis rebuilding and out-chassis rebuilding. In-chassis rebuilding involves reviving your engine without removing it from the car and is termed as the most natural way of rebuilding your engine. An in-chassis rebuild may generally consist of replacing cylinder liners, piston rings, crankshaft bearings, valve stem seals, oil pump, and head gasket. Repairing or replacing these components of the engine might help in reviving the engine’s performance to a great extent.

The second method of rebuilding or overhauling is out-chassis rebuilding. This process involves detaching the engine from the car, unbolting totally, and thoroughly cleaning and inspecting. This overhauling technique involves replacing all the major components of the engine with new factory-made components. Other parts such as block casting, head casting, crankshaft, conrods, flywheels, and camshafts can also be repaired if they aren’t totally vanished or broken instead.

Drive Shaft

The drive shaft of a car is an important part of its transmission. If not working properly, it can cause numerous problems. The drive shaft uses the torque generated by the engine to rotate the vehicle’s wheels. Externally, it may not be obvious that the drive shaft is broken, but its interior must be maintained and lubricated to function properly. Therefore, it is recommended that you bring your car for inspection here at AUTOBACS if you suspect that your driveshaft is having some issues.

Shock Absorber

Suspension is an important aspect of every car. The purpose of a shock absorber not only ensures good control and handling of the vehicle but it also ensures that the driver and passengers are comfortable during the ride. This is because most roads are not perfectly flat, so a suspension system is needed, or the journey will be incredibly bumpy.

A general sign that your shock absorbers may need repair or replacement is if you feel that your car is not stable when hard cornering, braking, or accelerating. Another common sign is if your car bounces for a prolonged duration after a bump on the road, which means that your shock absorbers are no longer performing like intended.

If you are unsure of what issues your car is having, our professional mechanics will conduct thorough and proactive checks to ensure that your car is in optimal condition.

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