Today's equipment is no longer powered by the noisy, smoky engines of forty years ago. Modern diesel engines are sophisticated, high-tech systems requiring the care of highly skilled, trained professionals. We recognize the need to employ new testing systems, new service technologies and technicians trained in the latest technologies. Embracing these changes has earned us a reputation in Mid-Michigan for superior quality products and outstanding service on diesel engines. We have three Master Certified Diesel Mechanics with over 60 years combined experience. They are the oracles when it comes to any diesel engine. They are not only experienced in Ford product when it comes to diesel. Our diesel technicians work on Power Stroke, Cummins and Duramax with the same level of knowledge. Let our experienced technicians ensure that we fix it right the first time and get you back driving without worries.
60+ Years of combined experience
Well known reputation for quality work
Take care of your diesel engine and it will keep on taking care of you efforts will pay-off, with many years of strong, trouble-free diesel performance. Follow the recommended service intervals and always use the correct fluids and original equipment replacement parts. Diesel engines run best on clean air, oil and fuel. That's why quality filters are so important to your engine's operation. Your maintenance frequency depends on whether you ask your diesel to perform under Normal or Special operating conditions. "Normal Operating Conditions" applies to most personal use vehicles, while "Special Operating Conditions" include: extensive towing, extended low-speed driving, the use of biodiesel fuel, and off-road or dusty conditions.
"Special Operating Conditions" applies to many commercial use applications, including:
- Frequent or extended idling (over 10 minutes per hour of normal driving)
- Frequent low-speed operation
- Sustained heavy traffic less then 25 MPH or 40 KMH. (One hour of idle time, is equal to approximately 25 miles or 40 km of driving.)
- Sustained vehicle operation in ambient temperatures below -10F (-23C) or above 100F (38C)
- Operating in severe dust or off-road conditions
- Towing a trailer over 1,000 miles (1,600 km)
- Sustained, high-speed driving at Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (maximum loaded weight for vehicle operation)