Diesel engines are common in fleet vehicles, semi-trucks, and pickup trucks. The experts at Wilburn's Collision Service use the latest diagnostic tools to ensure your diesel engine is running as it should.

Diesel engines are exceptionally reliable, but they do need regular maintenance in order to stay in top condition. You must keep your diesel engine’s oil and filters changed at regular, scheduled intervals. Because diesel engines do not have electrical ignition parts such as plugs and wires, there are fewer components within the vehicle that need to be maintained. Still, you do need to make sure that the regular maintenance that does need to be performed on your diesel vehicle is done by a shop that understands and is experienced in working with diesel engines.

Problems such as leaky gaskets, cooling system issues, overheating, air and oil filtration issues, fuel system restrictions, dirty injectors, piston scoring, faulty injection timers, and hard starting can be solved by bringing your diesel vehicle to the knowledgeable and experienced team at Wilburn's Collision Service.

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Wilburn’s started out rebuilding wrecked Ford Diesel trucks in the 80′s. We found out real quick that taking a wrecked truck apart and rebuilding it required a lot of technical skills. Well Justin was a teenager, but he knew he wanted to master the power-stroke diesel. Justin is hands-on and self-taught. With a little help from Lowell, and a lot of guidance from the best diesel tech in the Midwest, he now ranks among the best Ford Diesel techs in the state. We are pretty proud of him!