TSC Ford Specialist, Englewood Colorado

At TSC Ford Specialist in Englewood, we maintain, repair and rebuild engines for Ford’s complete line of cars, trucks, SUVs, minivans and commercial vehicles. We know that dealing with vehicle engine repair is the last thing anyone should face without a reputable shop to guide them. Using engine diagnostic tools specifically for Ford, our ASE certified technicians will provide a full assessment and honest estimate.

In most cases, we can repair your Ford engine problems. However, a blown engine is major damage that will require a complete overhaul or a total replacement in some cases. Our technician will communicate all the facts, answer any questions you might have and help you make the best decision.

TSC Ford Specialist vehicle engine repair services include:

  • Check engine light repair
  • Electrical problems
  • Repair oil seal
  • Head gaskets
  • Oil pan gaskets
  • Rear main seal replacement
  • Timing chain and gears
  • Valve adjustments
  • Valve cover gasket
  • Complete engine overhaul-replacement
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For help with Ford vehicle engine repair, give us a call to schedule your appointment.

Common Problems You’ll Find in Ford Vehicle Engines

If your Ford’s engine is struggling, just remember that small problems can quickly turn into very big, very expensive repairs if not addressed in a timely manner. So, get in touch right away if you experience any of the following symptoms of Ford engine trouble.

Power Loss – If you notice a major difference in your vehicle’s power, this could indicate trouble in the engine. This may be accompanied by the engine running roughly or new and unusual noises.

Extreme Noise – Gas engines make all kinds of noises, but loud bangs and harsh knocks out of the blue require attention. These noises will be louder when accelerating and get progressively worse if ignored.

Blue Smoke – Smoke tinged blue is caused by burning engine oil, typically from an easily fixed leak. If oil levels drop dramatically at the same time, this could be a major engine problem requiring a rebuild.

Black Smoke – If this stuff is coming from your exhaust, there may be no need to panic! It could simply be a fuel to air ratio imbalance which requires simple Ford vehicle engine repair work by our experts.

White Smoke – If coolant and water leaks into the combustion chamber and mixes with fuel, the result is white smoke. Causes could be a cracked engine block, damaged cylinder head or blown head gasket.