The catalytic converter is an essential piece of equipment on any modern vehicle. At Mr Diesel & Auto Repair in Cheyenne, WY, our team of professional technicians are able to diagnose and repair any catalytic converter issues your Chevrolet, Dodge, or Ford diesel pickup may be experiencing.
No matter what type of car, truck, or SUV you drive, the professionals at Mr Diesel & Auto Repair in Cheyenne, WY have you covered. Our technicians are well equipped with the tools and knowledge necessary to fix or maintain all makes and models, including diesels.
Your injectors are the mechanism that delivers fuel into the cylinders of your diesel engine. As such, they’re clearly important. At Mr Diesel & Auto Repair in Cheyenne, WY, we will diagnose, maintain, and repair any injector issues you may be experiencing with your commercial or fleet trucks, in a timely and professional manner.
In the diesel world, "blow-by" is a term you're bound to run across at some point if your line of work involves diesel-powered vehicles of any kind. What is blow-by, what causes it, and how concerned should you be? At Mr Diesel & Auto Repair in Cheyenne, WY, our fleet maintenance and diesel technicians see it on a regular basis. Here we'll take a quick look at blow-by, correcting it, and preventing it.
What is Blow-By? - Diesel blow-by is a term that describes an event of lost compression into the crankcase. Blow-by occurs whenever a burnt or unburnt fuel and air mixture escape from the cylinder and past the piston rings and into the crankcase. In a perfect world, the piston would be sealed tightly in the cylinder, able to move up and down but keeping all the air and fuel and exhaust that enters or exits the cylinder during the combustion process out of the crankcase. As you'll see, this perfect world doesn't exist, but it is important to minimize the amount of blow-by in a diesel engine.
With fleet trucks and large diesels, one issue plagues them more than any other; neglected maintenance or repair. At Mr Diesel & Auto Repair in Cheyenne, WY, we can take care of your entire fleet, no matter how big or small, making sure it stays on the road for years to come.
Keeping your fuel system maintained will prevent premature parts failure and poor running conditions. Here are some important aspects of diesel fuel system maintenance, to keep your fleet running smoothly. While your system and components should typically be serviced by a professional technician, there are some things you can be conscious of that will go a long way toward keeping your engine in good shape.