Engine Detail Training Denver
People often spend hours cleaning and waxing the exteriors of their vehicles and time keeping the interiors spic and span. Those same people very rarely open the hood except maybe to check fluid levels. Years and even months of driving in all weather conditions add a layer of dirt and filth on an engine that many people simply overlook. That, paired with the normal wear and tear of an engine and its components, oil and fluid leaks… can lead to massive build up on the engine.
So why should your techs learn how to detail an engine compartment?
- Detect early oil/fluid leaks
- Detect early belt wear
- Discovering cosmetic wear under the hood
- Clean engines will run cooler and prevent wear
This is especially important with modern engines that operate hotter in more compact engine compartments.