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What happens when you are driving down the street and you begin to smell something burning? Do you look around to see if there is an older vehicle or large truck behind you? Do you begin searching your dashboard for warning lights that may be on? Do you immediately think the worst? Of course, a burning smell doesn't always mean that your car needs a trip to the auto shop for engine repair. However, you would be wise to take your car in to an engine service center for an inspection. That smell could just be some old oil from the last oil change burning off on the engine. Or it could really mean that you need to schedule an engine service as soon as possible for a little work.

If you see smoke coming from under the hood you should stop the car immediately, check the car engine temperature gauge and check the water levels in the radiator and engine. Caution! Do not remove water pump or other caps from under the hood until they cool. The liquids inside are extremely hot and you could receive severe burns. Call an engine repair technician and have them take a look under the hood for you. Because of their experience and training, they will be able to provide you with great engine service and can tell you what the problem is in no time.

Another issue to consider is that water can leak from tiny holes in the water pump and water reserve areas. If not checked on a regular basis, over time the water may all leak out and the engine will begin to run hot. This can cause cracked heads if the pump is not given the right amount of water immediately. Never let the well run dry because it can damage the engine beyond repair.

Changing the oil every 3000 miles will also keep your engine running smooth. Oil changes go hand in hand with changing oil filters, air filters, greasing the engine, and checking the fluid levels. This routine engine service will save you loads of money in engine repair.

Worried about a pending engine repair? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Phil's Service today for more information about engine service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves residents in the community of Killeen, TX, and surrounding area.

Worried about Quality Engine Service? No Need to worry from now, Visit Phil's Service Auto Shop located at 503 S 2nd St, Killeen, TX 76541

What happens when you are driving down the street and you begin to smell something burning? Do you look around to see if there is an older vehicle or large truck behind you? Do you begin searching your dashboard for warning lights that may be on? Do you immediately think the worst? Of course, a burning smell doesn't always mean that your car needs a trip to the auto shop for engine repair. However, you would be wise to take your car in to an engine service center for an inspection. That smell could just be some old oil from the last oil change burning off on the engine. Or it could really mean that you need to schedule an engine service as soon as possible for a little work.

If you see smoke coming from under the hood you should stop the car immediately, check the car engine temperature gauge and check the water levels in the radiator and engine. Caution! Do not remove water pump or other caps from under the hood until they cool. The liquids inside are extremely hot and you could receive severe burns. Call an engine repair technician and have them take a look under the hood for you. Because of their experience and training, they will be able to provide you with great engine service and can tell you what the problem is in no time.

Another issue to consider is that water can leak from tiny holes in the water pump and water reserve areas. If not checked on a regular basis, over time the water may all leak out and the engine will begin to run hot. This can cause cracked heads if the pump is not given the right amount of water immediately. Never let the well run dry because it can damage the engine beyond repair.

Changing the oil every 3000 miles will also keep your engine running smooth. Oil changes go hand in hand with changing oil filters, air filters, greasing the engine, and checking the fluid levels. This routine engine service will save you loads of money in engine repair.

Worried about a pending engine repair? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Phil's Service today for more information about engine service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves residents in the community of Killeen, TX, and surrounding area.

Ron Phillips
Phil's ServiceAuto Repair Shop in Killeen, TX$$$503 S 2nd St, Killeen, TX 76541254-616-1659service@philsservice.com
Mon:08:00am - 05:30pm
Tue:08:00am - 05:30pm
Wed:08:00am - 05:30pm
Thu:08:00am - 05:30pm
Fri:08:00am - 05:30pm
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