TRANSMISSION REPAIR AND DIESEL ENGINE REPAIR SHOP
Call Today! 303-710-2719 14677 E Easter Ave Ste F Centennial, CO 80112

Engine Repair Centennial Colorado

Roadrunner Transmission is a leading auto repair shop in Centennial for the service, replacement, and repair of auto engines. The team of mechanics at our auto repair shop appreciate and understand that the engine is the very heart of your car or truck. The very purpose an auto engine is to convert the heat produced by burning gasoline into the mechanical energy necessary to turn the wheels of your vehicle and get you around the streets of Colorado.

The starter in your car or truck is what sets the engine in motion. The starter is connected to and turns the engine flywheel, which in turn sets the engine crank shaft in motion. The crank shaft then begins the process of moving the engine's pistons up and down in their respective cylinders. The engine itself is made up of two parts, the upper part being called the cylinder head, the lower part being called the cylinder block.

The goal of our Centennial automotive center is to keep the engine in your automobile in top performance condition. Our staff of auto technicians are professionally trained and certified in every aspect of auto engine repair and maintenance. From overhauls to tune ups, engine troubleshooting, timing adjustments, performance and diesel engine repair, engine rebuild and replacement service, our auto repair shop does it all.

Roadrunner Transmission and Gear is a drivetrain specialist serving all of Denver with transmission and diesel automotive issues. With over 18+ years’ experience, we can help repair your transmission at affordable and fair prices. Don’t get duped, our honest team strives to earn your business and works hard to get your car or truck on the road at a fair and affordable price.

If you are experiencing problems related to your transmission, it is crucial to bring your car or truck to a trustworthy transmission specialist. If not fixed quickly and properly, the value of your will drop and there are potential significant safety issues as well.