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    Auto Engine Diagnostics and Repairs

    Whether your check engine light is on, or your car’s engine is running rough, the technicians at Belton Transmission and Complete Auto Repair can diagnose and repair any engine issues. Most of today’s engines are controlled by sophisticated computers that require up-to-date diagnostic equipment to perform accurate assessments. Our technicians have the latest OBD readers (onboard diagnostics) and software to interpret error codes and correctly troubleshoot your vehicle’s engine issues. Couple this technology with our Digital Inspection Technology, and our customers will get the best automotive care in the area. All findings from diagnostic testing will be sent to the customer via text or email, along with pictures of affected auto components.

    Automotive Engine Diagnostics and Repairs


    Is your car running rough or does it have reduced power when you hit the accelerator? A tune-up is a regular maintenance activity that is recommended for your vehicle every 30,000 miles. A tune-up can restore the efficiency of your motor and help maintain good fuel economy. Please call us today to schedule an inspection and tune-up for your vehicle.

    Fuel System Repairs and Maintenance

    Your vehicles fuel system includes a fuel pump, fuel lines, a fuel-pressure regulator, fuel filter and fuel injectors. These parts can get worn and fouled up by the gasoline ran in your vehicle. The most common symptoms of fuel system issues are as follows:

    • Difficulty starting
    • Rough idle
    • Loss of power
    • Reduced fuel economy

    The problem could be a failed fuel pump, clogged fuel filter(s), faulty fuel injectors, or issues with fouling or blockage of your fuel lines. If you are experiencing any of these issues, schedule your appointment today with Belton Tranmission and Complete Auto Repair to have our experienced technicians diagnose the problem.

    Fuel System Repairs and Maintenance
    Timing Belts and Chains

    Timing Belts and Chains

    With today’s interference engines, replacing your timing belt at the manufacturer’s recommended interval is a must! The timing belt runs between the camshaft and crankshaft and keeps the timing synchronized to ensure the intake and exhaust valves open and close in time with the pistons. If this timing is not maintained, it can lead to very costly repairs for your engine. Please call our service advisors today to see if your car is due for a timing belt replacement!

    Many modern cars have returned to using timing chains instead of timing belts. If your car has a timing chain instead of a timing belt, you may be able to go longer before replacing the timing chain. As always, check your owner’s manual or give us a call to be sure.

    Oil and Other Fluid Leaks

    If you are seeing oil or other fluid on the driveway/garage or smell burning oil when your car is running, bring your vehicle in for an inspection by our experienced technicians. Leaking fluids can cause a number of issues for your car and should not be ignored. Make an appointment today with Belton Transmission and Complete Auto Repair.

    Oil and Other Fluid Leaks
    Engine Replacement with OEM or Remanufactured Engines

    Engine Replacement with OEM or Remanufactured Engines

    If you find yourself in need of a replacement engine, our team can work with your vehicles manufacturer or an aftermarket engine builder to supply you with an in-kind replacement. Our engine replacement service comes with a 3-year 36,000-mile warranty. Preventative and General Maintenance

    Factory Schedule Maintenance

    30k/60k/90k/120k Mile Services
    Oil Change

    Valve Cover Gaskets, Intake Gasket, Exhaust Manifold

    Keeping your cars engine operating correctly requires all of its seals to be in good condition. Over time your vehicles gaskets and seals become brittle and cracked which can lead to unwanted fluid leaks. If you see oil on the driveway or notice more noise coming from your engine, make an appointment today to have our experienced technician diagnose the problem.

    Belts and Hoses

    Your vehicle’s engine utilizes multiple hoses and belts to maintain proper operation. Failure of any of these components can leave you stranded on the side of the road, and in some instances, can lead to major engine failure. Regularly inspecting your engine’s belts and hoses every 45,000 miles can give you peace of mind and help maintain the safe operation of your engine.

    For reliable Automotive Transmission Repair, trust our experienced technicians who can diagnose and address any issues affecting the performance of your vehicle’s transmission.