Serving All of Central Florida with Oil Pump & Hose Reel Repair
OUR AUTOMOTIVE OIL SYSTEM REPAIRS IN CENTRAL FLORIDA INCLUDE:
Troubleshoot malfunctioning systems
Rebuild or replace pumps
Rebuild or replace oil reels, handles, etc.
Offer service on new oil and/or waste oil pumps
And so much more!
In a car, everything under the hood is important and serves a purpose. You won't find anything unnecessary when it comes to your car's components, which includes the oil systems. Overall, your oil system provides vital needs in order to ensure your vehicle operates effectively.
The main job of your engine oil system includes:
Lubrication of all of your engine’s moving parts and components
Cooling of the engine in part by helping to reduce friction
Removing and reducing heat from the cylinders
Providing a seal between the cylinder walls and pistons
Carrying away contaminants and other harmful additives or hitchhikers that could cause problems on down the road
When your engine and oil systems are not functioning properly, your car either is not working or is on the verge of a major breakdown. Fortunately, Miller Equipment Services can help. We offer repair services on your oil reels and pumps in order to keep them in good working order. Below, we'll explain just a little bit more about what an oil pump does. Call us today to get started!
An oil pump's job in the engine of your car (or for most engines as well) is to circulate your engine oil under pressure in order to lubricate your car's main components, such as your rotating bearings, sliding pistons, and the camshaft of the engine. It makes sure oil can get to every nook and cranny. Oil systems contribute to the overall health and operation of your vehicle's engine. You can think of it as similar to your heart that is responsible for your blood to continuously move; your oil continuously moves as well.
You may have noticed while you were driving that the oil pressure in your engine does not stay constant. This is because when your car is at idle, it doesn't need as much pressure to move the oil around, similar to your heart rate. When you exercise, your heart rate goes through the roof. This can be said for your oil pressure as well; when you are moving, your oil pressure increases. Your oil pump is the one that controls oil pressure.
DIFFERING OIL PUMP DESIGNS
There are quite a few different oil pump designs, which is why having a top-notch auto repair mechanic in your corner, such as Miller Equipment Services, is imperative. For instance, most cars today run on a wet sump oiling system, which is where your car engine's rotating components pass through the oil pan and lubricate the cylinders. Wet sump oil systems usually have only one oil pump; whereas, dry sump engines usually have two oil pumps — one pump controls the oil pressure while the other pump distributes the oil to the engine's moving parts.
CALL MILLER EQUIPMENT SERVICES FOR ALL YOUR OIL SYSTEM REPAIRS
As you can probably infer, there's a lot that can go wrong with your oil system, which is where Miller Equipment Services can help. Our auto repair team has years of experience troubleshooting, repairing, and replacing car, truck and bigger vehicle's oil systems. We carry all of the automotive parts to make repairs, and we can replace your oil pump or other component if it has decided to give up the ghost.
Sometimes, you may find you just have a minor repair problem, such as an oil leak or an oil or hose reel replacement. In this case, we'd be happy to help. Our friendly automotive technicians will have your car ready in no time. We value our customers and want to make sure you are 100% satisfied with your oil pump or waste oil pump repair. We strive to exceed your expectations every time.
In addition, we offer the best automotive lifts, both 2-post and 4-post for your garage or auto repair shop. We install and service car lifts so that you can either tinker on your automobile projects or service your commercial customers better. Our mission is to make your life easier through our auto repair services and our car lifts. Call Miller Equipment Services in the Orlando and Tampa area today to get started!