Ford Power Stroke Repair
We repair Ford Power Stroke diesel trucks and engines
We specialize in PowerStroke diesel repair. From 7.3L to 6.0L to 6.4L and 6.7L, our Ford certified technician knows these engines inside and out. EGR problems, Turbo issues, or have questions about something strange going on? Give us a call today at (760) 723-7309 and our diesel specialists will help figure it out. We specialize specifically in Ford PowerStroke repair.
Russ' is your dealership alternative. Our Ford certified technician provides the expertise and knowledge of a dealership at a competitive price. Russ' is widely known for quality customer service. You can count on us to use the most current diagnostic tools and equipment available, our certified diesel mechanic will accurately troubleshoot your Ford PowerStroke and perform repairs with excellence.
This means you can be confident Russ' will diagnose and repair your PowerStroke correctly. At Russ' we stand behind our work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. You can trust us to treat you right. Call Russ' PowerStroke Specialist today at (760) 723-7309 and find out why our satisfied customers bring their Ford PowerStroke diesels to Russ' PowerStroke Specialist.
We have the tools and the experience. Often, Ford diesel engines have intermittent problems, which are difficult to diagnose. Many shops have a problems getting to the root of the issue. Instead, other shops continue to replace parts until they figure it the real problem. Russ', however, has the manufacturer recommended tools and diagnostic equipment to correctly record and analyze the performance of specific components.
Even when PowerStroke owners describe a problem, which could have a variety of causes, our technician can go straight to the problem. This means we spend less time and you do not pay for parts, which are not necessary. Not all repair shops are equal. Some shops may have the tools & equipment to repair diesels, but they do not have the experience to use the tools effectively. Russ' repairs PowerStroke diesels every day; this is what we do.
Most people do not think too much about the battery in their vehicle until it is too late. Russ' suggests you have your batteries tested at regular intervals. This will ensure they are at peak performance. Extremes in temperature, the use of additional accessories, and age all contribute to battery life.
Belts and hoses
Diesels today rely on a variety of belts & hoses, which deteriorate over time. While some are more important than others are, it is never a good idea to wait until a hose or belt fails before replacing. Russ' performs routine inspections every time your vehicle visits the shop.
Your diesels brake systems work hard and are critical to keeping you safe. Whether you need brake replacement or brake service, Russ' can get you back on the road safely. We only use high quality brake parts, which means you can drive with confidence.
Sometimes figuring out what is wrong is half the challenge. At Russ' our certified mechanics will diagnose your vehicle, get to the root of the problem, and not waste your time or money.
Fluids and Filters
Russ' cannot emphasize enough: regular maintenance is the life-blood of your diesel. Not only are factory-recommended services necessary, but also inspections should be performed, which can save you money.
Heating and Cooling
The most important aspect regarding your heating & cooling system's maintenance is consistent inspection. When Russ's changes your oil, we inspect the coolant levels, radiator, water pump, hoses, etc. to make sure everything is okay.
Starting and Charging
Your diesel should have the proper batteries installed. They need to be big enough to supply enough voltage & amperage, especially when it gets very hot or very cold. Many older or "cheap" batteries will fail prematurely and can leave you stranded.
The alternator is responsible for keeping your batteries fully charged. When an alternator fails, your vehicle will drain the batteries until they cannot perform essential functions, such as cranking the engine or powering the fuel pump.
Steering and Suspension
The first thing most diesel owner's notice when there is a problem related to steering or suspension is an odd noise or vibration. These systems connect to the vehicle's chassis; even quieter noises can travel throughout the vehicle and become easy to hear. Hearing noises like grinding, clunking, or squealing when you turn or go over a bump may mean it is time to visit Russ'.
Transmissions are often the weak link in a diesel. Still, they are easy to forget about but can cause big problems when neglected. If you diesels transmission is leaking, lurching, or not shifting correctly Russ' suggest you call and make an appointment to diagnose the problem.