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Diesel Vehicle EGR Issues

Diesel Engines - EGR and intake manifold blocked full of soot and causing you issues.

Looking back, roughly 15 years or so ago, diesel engines were commonly and widely used as the work horse engine of choice. While sometimes rather sluggish, noisy and more suited to a beat up old work ute or truck, they had plenty of torque which enabled them to haul massive amounts of weight without too much strain.

Their other advantage was the milage per full tank you could get out of them, even whilst towing a fully loaded tray. Their downside though, of course is the plumes of dirty black diesel exhaust fumes that they would spew out their tailpipes, filliing the atmosphere with Carbon Monoxide (CO), Hydrocarbons (HC), Nitric Oxide and Nitrogen Dioxide (NOx), and soot or Particulate Matter (PM). All of which have been scientifically proven to cause cancer in humans.

Now fast forward back to today and what you may not know is that the current Common Rail Diesel (CRD) engine is [...]

Mercedes AMG C36 1996

Bringing a classic back to life

img-2When a loyal customer of ours, David, showed up in his newly acquired 1996 Mercedes-AMG w202 C36, we couldn’t wait to get stuck into restoring it’s original looks and performance.

Despite the gorgeous Mercedes ‘Ruby Pearl Metallic’ paintwork looking dull and covered in inches of dust, and the sound of the heavily AMG modified M104 engine clearly only running on 4 of its 6 cylinders, we were still in awe of this classic beast and immediately saw it’s potential!

For those of you who don’t know about the W202 Mercedes AMG C36, you won’t understand what makes this car special. So let’s start by giving you a quick run down on this classic beast…

Prior to 1990, Mercedes-Benz and AMG were seperate companies, with AMG being an aftermarket performance name responsible for completely remaking Mercedes-Benz vehicles into performance machines. In 1990, AMG signed a contract with Daimler-Benz which [...]

VW Engine rattle after first start

Volkswagen Polo & Golf 1.2L TSI turbo timing chain

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Volkswagen Golf and Polo – Engine: CBZ 1.2L 4cyl Turbocharged TSi – Loud rattle from engine or no start.

Another common and frustrating timing issue we see regularly is the “stretched chain” always found in the Golf or Polo ‘CBZ’ 1.2 litre, 4 cylinder, turbo TSI Engine. This again, is caused by poor manufacturing materials used in the products being used in modern engines. It’s something we are seeing in all vehicles from all manufacturers.

Today though, we will be focusing on the CBZ engine and hopefully help save you thousands by explaining the symptoms and the repair required. Leaving it too long, will unfortunately end in major engine repairs as shown in the photo’s below. This poor customer unfortunately waited until total destruction occurred, which ended up costing thousands of dollars more than it had too.

What symptoms should I look for?

This is usually [...]

RWC Euro Cars

Roadworthy Certificate in melbourne for european cars incl. Mercedes Benz, BMW, Audi, VW, and more.

img-4 C&S Service Centre are the European vehicle roadworthy experts located in the Northern Melbourne suburb, Preston. We have four highly trained technicians, each with many years experience working on Euro cars, and two of whom are also licensed VicRoads accredited vehicle tester’s,

This means we are able to provide an accurate assessment of the vehicle condition and provide you with a Roadworthy Certificate when you are buying or selling a vehicle. You will also require a RWC if you are registering a car or attaching Heritage plates to your vehicle upon joining a car club. (Club Reg.)

*Inspections start at just $175.00. If the vehicle passes, you will receive the certificate the same day! If further work is required in order for the vehicle to pass, then the customer may elect to have the vehicle repaired by us at an extra cost, or they may have the [...]

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