Diesel Engine Faults Specialist Garages

4.75average rating
96% would recommend us

Diesel Engine Problems? Get quotes from Diesel Engine Specialists near you.



Is your Diesel hard to start? Black exhaust smoke? Lacking power? Our 10,379 garages - including diesel specialists - will quickly diagnose your diesel problems, and you can compare their prices and reviews in just a few clicks!

It's easy: describe the symptoms you're experiencing and receive competitive local quotes straight to your inbox. Enter Your Registration Now!
Top garages for Diesel Engine Faults (8,831 found)
Pool Street Garage Limited
Newcastle-under-Lyme
Show More Garages
Get Diesel Engine Faults Quotes Now
Frequently asked questions
+

What are the most common Diesel Engine problems?

The most common diesel engine faults, technically-speaking, are: low compression, glow plug problems, faulty injectors or high-pressure pump, turbo-related problems such as worn bearings or variable vanes - as well as issues common to both petrol and diesel engines.
+

What are the symptoms of common Diesel Engine Faults?

A good place to start is with exhaust smoke. Black smoke usually means fuel is not being burnt completely, indicative of faulty injectors, valves or turbo. White smoke often means fuel is going unburnt and is a symptom of low compression (diesel engines run at a higher compression than petrol ones.)
+

What are common Peugeot 1.9 Diesel Faults?

The 1.9 Peugeot Diesel engine (in HDi or non-HDi form) has been used in many guises over the years. The earlier engines are mechanically relatively simple and have no specific foibles. By modern standards, however, they are quite loud and unrefined. On an HDi engine the crankshaft drive belt pulley has been known to be problematic. If buying one, it's useful to know when the cambelt, water pump and pulley were last changed.
+
What are common Jaguar X-Type Diesel Faults?
The Jaguar X-Type was available with both a 2.0 and a 2.2-litre diesel engine. On the 2.2 engine, the dual-mass flywheel has been known to fail and, when it does, it's a costly repair. On both engines, the Exhaust Gas Recirculation valve has been reported to be susceptible to clogging up.
+
How much does fixing Diesel Engine Faults cost?
Diesel Engine Faults can take many different guises, so cost is difficult to predict, but our data shows that most repairs are in the £150 to £300 range. Post your job to compare quotes near you today.
What do our customers say about us?