Iveco is a famous company that produces cars with high-tech, economical and reliable engines. The following Iveco Turbo Daily engines are installed on trucks, buses and special equipment: 29L9, 29L10, 35-8, 3510, 3512, 35C11, 35C12, 35C13, 35C15, 35S12, 35S14, 35S17, 4910, 4912, 40C11, 50C11, 50C13, 50C14, 50C15, 50C17, 60C15, 60C17.
Even with regular and proper maintenance, after about 500-700 thousand kilometers, there will be a need to repair the Iveco engine. In this case, contact the Euroremdiesel service station, and we will quickly diagnose the truck, and if you need engine repair, we will replace the necessary parts.
Engine repair services
Depending on the breakdown, repairing the engine on Iveco trucks requires certain work. We offer Iveco engine repair services, among the most popular are:
- restoration of turbochargers;
- restoration of the clutch or basket unit;
- repair of the cylinder block and head;
- replacement of seat valves and check the tightness of the engine;
- restoration of fuel equipment;
- flushing and adjustment of nozzles;
- crankshaft grinding;
- motor wash;
- engine run-in after overhaul.
Types of engine repair
Iveco engine repair is divided into two types:
The latter involves the restoration of the normal functioning of the engine through a set of technical procedures. The engine is removed and disassembled, after which the following actions are performed:
- replacement of sleeves;
- boring and honing cylinders;
- restoration of the crankshaft bed;
- elimination of cracks in the block or cylinder head;
- alignment of the mating plane, etc.
In the process of overhaul, impurities and carbon are removed from the lubrication and cooling systems, and after the repaired motor is assembled, fresh oil is poured into it and the engine is run in.
Diagnostics and MOT
As it was said, every repair of Iveco at the EuroRemdiesel service station begins with a diagnosis. At this stage malfunctions, cost of spare parts and work are determined. Most often we diagnose the following parameters:
- the degree of wear of the internal parts of the motor;
- the presence of scoring on the crankshaft;
- geometry and tightness of the cylinder head and the unit itself;
- dimensions of thermal gaps;
- tightness of the guide and valve;
- condition of the timing surfaces.