An engine overhaul is technically an engine rebuild or a remanufacture. All the internal engine parts are replaced, renewed, or re-machined as needed.

We find most internal engine parts become damaged in one way or another rather than simply wearing out due to external causes. When rebuilding an engine all external supporting components must be evaluated, repaired, or replaced as needed to prevent recurring internal engine damage.

The following items are addressed in an engine overhaul:

  • Cylinder heads & valves
  • Crankshaft seals
  • Injection pump
  • Injectors
  • Fuel cooler
  • Turbo chargers
  • Blowers
  • Intercooler
  • Exhaust riser or elbows
  • Sea water pump
  • Circulating pump
  • Oil cooler
  • Heat exchanger
  • Thermostats
  • Senders & sensors
  • Drive plate adaptor & dampner

In addition to this list of major items, on every overhaul there will be numerous ancillary and apparently minor parts — bolts, nuts, rings, pins, sleeves, shims, o-rings, gaskets, etc. We handle all waste disposal for oil and fluids.