Frequently Asked Questions

Does IBEX Diesel Repair offer mobile services?

Yes. Whether you’ve broken down on a job site, in your garage, or out in the middle of nowhere, we here at IBEX Diesel Repair have you covered. We have several mobile repair technicians that are highly qualified and very well equipped and, as such, can handle any mobile repair task that comes our way. Why stress about large towing bills when you can call us instead?

Does IBEX Diesel Repair perform large-scale engine repair?

Yes. We here at IBEX Diesel Repair have a vast array of repair and maintenance service options that are sure to account for any type of engine damage. We even do engine conversions! If you want more power or a more fuel-efficient engine, you can count on us to get the job done!

Does IBEX Diesel Repair work on farm equipment?

Yes. Farming equipment is designed to work hard at all times. Very rarely are these machines worked lightly. As such, maintaining and repairing these machines is a necessity. Whether you need routine oil changes or large-scale engine repair, you can count on us here at IBEX Diesel Repair to get the job done. We’ll work on semi trucks, harvesting machines, tractors, and even diesel generators.

Does IBEX Diesel Repair work on heavy equipment?

Yes. Heavy equipment can be a huge pain to repair and maintain. Fortunately, we here at IBEX Diesel Repair will do it for you! You won’t even have to worry about bringing it to our shop, for we’ll come to you instead! Whether your heavy equipment is broken down on a job site or simply needs preventive maintenance, our highly trained technicians got your back.

How often should I change my transmission fluid?

The vast majority of heavy-duty truck manufacturers recommend you change your transmission fluid every 60 thousand miles if not hauling very much and every 30 thousand if hauling heavy cargo on a more frequent basis.

Why is my transmission overheating?

If your transmission is overheating, we highly recommend you bring your truck in for service. Over time, transmission fluid breaks down and loses its ability to lubricate moving parts. When your transmission fluid fails to lubricate the component, there will be a significant increase in friction, hence the overheating issue. Fortunately, changing your fluid is typically an instant fix. However, if the issue persists, you may want to consider installing a transmission cooler. This is generally helpful for those who haul heavy cargo on a near daily basis.

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