Engine Repair Tools
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We have a Great Range of Engine Repair Tools Including Timing, Oil Filter & Spark Plug.
A Selection of our Top Selling Products at Great Low Prices.
TIMING TOOLS - Timing tools are used to set or preserve the positions of the camshaft and crankshaft in an engine while the timing gear is being serviced. They are commonly used during replacement of a timing belt or timing chain.
ENGINE TESTING TOOLS - Stay on top of your vehicles maintenance with engine testing tools.
ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM TOOLS - Engine cooling system tools allow you to fill the cooling system back up without introducing lots of extra air.
BELT & PULLEY TOOLS - Belt and pulley tools are designed to enable the removal of auxiliary drive belt pulleys.
CYLINDER & HEAD REPAIR - In an engine the cylinder head sits above the cylinders on top of the engine block. If your engine has overheated or had a cooling system failure it could crack or distort the cylinder head.
DRAIN PLUG KEYS & REPAIR - If you want to drain the fluid or oil from your gear box, differential, sump, axle or engine, you’ll need the right tool.
EXHAUST PIPE TOOLS - The exhaust system plays a critical role in protecting your car’s engine and our environment. A damaged, corroded or poorly-fitted exhaust could cause serious damage to your engine.
HOSE PINCH & CLIP TOOLS - Used for removing spring band rings, standard or space saving clamps and simple spring wire hose clamps.
INJECTOR REPAIR & SERVICE - When there are problems with one or more of your fuel injectors it will prevent fuel from being sprayed into the engine.
OIL FILTER TOOLS - Your cars oil filter helps to sift out contaminants from your engine oil, which can accumulate over time.
OXYGEN SENSOR TOOLS - The oxygen sensor is an instrument for controlling the exhaust emissions of vehicle engines.
SPARK PLUG TOOLS - Spark plugs are the spark of electricity that ignites the combustion needed to start your vehicle.
VALVE REPAIR & SERVICE - Valves control the flow of fuel vapor into the combustion chamber and the flow of exhaust gases leaving the engine. Faulty or dirty valves may stick and can develop pits, cracks or grooves that cause the engine to lose power and fuel efficiency.