Diesel engines are common in fleet vehicles, semi-trucks, and pickup trucks. The experts at Cleary Automotive use the latest diagnostic tools to ensure your diesel engine is running as it should.
Diesel engines are exceptionally reliable, but they do need regular maintenance in order to stay in top condition. You must keep your diesel engine’s oil and filters changed at regular, scheduled intervals. Because diesel engines do not have electrical ignition parts such as plugs and wires, there are fewer components within the vehicle that need to be maintained. Still, you do need to make sure that the regular maintenance that does need to be performed on your diesel vehicle is done by a shop that understands and is experienced in working with diesel engines.
Problems such as leaky gaskets, cooling system issues, overheating, air and oil filtration issues, fuel system restrictions, dirty injectors, piston scoring, faulty injection timers, and hard starting can be solved by bringing your diesel vehicle to the knowledgeable and experienced team at Cleary Automotive.
Diesel Service and Repair in Sanger, Clovis and Surrounding Areas.
When to Get Scheduled Maintenance?
Unsure about how often your automobile needs maintenance?
Diesel engines are powerful, built to withstand rigorous demands and last for hundreds of thousands of miles. When it’s time for your next diesel service, only the highest level of experience will keep you driving at your best. We only use factory parts and fluids. This is what you’ll get at Cleary Automotive, where our knowledgeable specialists are trained to complete diesel service on HEUI or COMMON RAIL systems.
No matter how well your treat your diesel truck, such maintenance should not be ignored. Our facility is equipped to conduct all diesel service with honesty, integrity and reliability. Sometimes you won’t even be aware that something is wrong with your vehicle until it’s too late! If you come to us for regular maintenance, we’ll be able to catch problems sooner than if you do your routine maintenance with someone different each time.
At Cleary Automotive, we build a preventative maintenance program specific to your vehicle and driving habits. We use the most up to date and state of the art diagnostic equipment to properly assess each vehicle because it’s important to identify, diagnose, and properly repair and issues that your vehicle may be experiencing. Your vehicle is a big investment and a purchase you can rely on for years if you take care of it the right way and invest in appropriate upkeep and maintenance. In other words, you need to have maintenance performed on your automobile at various times, as outlined by your manufacturer. Regular maintenance helps ensure the safety, reliability, drivability, comfort and longevity of your car or truck.
Here is a cutaway of Fords 6.7 power stroke engine. As you can see there are a lot of parts that can be effected by lack of maintenance.
Diagnostics and drivability concerns on the sophisticated vehicles of today cannot be truly diagnosed without the use of factory equipment. That’s why here at Cleary Automotive we use only factory scan tools and equipment. We are a FORD specialty shop, so we use Ford’s (IDS) Diagnostic software, VMM, VCM1 and VCM2 hardware to achieve this. We specialize in one manufacture for a reason. So, we can fix the vehicle the first time.
We have what you need at the most effective costs guaranteed with the quality. At Cleary Automotive we focus on lightweight and medium duty diesel trucks. We know that an extended down-time is just not a solution. We’ll make sure to provide the fastest turn-around whereas maintaining on our high standard of customer satisfaction.
Whether you have a check engine light on, you want to increase performance or simply need routine maintenance, you can feel at ease knowing you have skilled and experienced technicians who have years of combined experience making ford Power stroke engines perform like new again. Our technicians are specially trained to diagnose, fix and repair almost any issue that you have with your Ford Power stroke engine.
As a FORD and Power Stroke specialist, we find that the 6.0L Power Stroke has developed a bad reputation as a result of three main issues; failing Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) coolers, head gasket and pattern-failures of the Engine Oil Cooler. The primary of those problems is literally interconnected, and each can be attributed to failures of the oil cooler. 6.0L Power Stroke owners know they will want reliable diagnoses and repair the first time. It all starts with maintenance or lack of maintenance.