Auto Mechanic

Did you know that maintaining your engine entails a lot more than just changing the oil? When you bring your car to Team Ryan Automotive for an oil change, you can rest easy knowing that we do a thorough check at each oil change interval, alerting you to any safety problems or leaks that may require costly repairs if left unattended. Maintaining your car's engine properly will save you money both now and in the future.

Over ten years of automobile engine repair experience has taught us that paying attention to all aspects of your precious engine's maintenance will keep it operating for hundreds of thousands of miles without the need to replace it. We undertake various types of engine repairs and engine replacements, but the majority of them are for newer clients who have been taking their vehicles to another shop for care.

What all we do in Engine works

  • Synthetic Auto Oil
  • Oil Filter Replacement
  • All Fluid Top-ups (Coolant, Brake Fluid, Power Steering Fluid)
  • ATF Oil, ATF Filter & ATF Gasket Replacement
  • Engine Flushing
  • Air and A/C Filter Replacement
  • Engine Drive Belt Replacement
  • Spark Plugs Replacement
  • A/C Check-up
  • Free Full inspection

Major Advantages of maintaining engine regularly

Improving Reliability and Performance

Engine performance is closely tied to appropriate maintenance, and if you drive any car for an extended period of time without changing the oil, checking the transmission fluid, and doing regular tune-ups, you will notice a significant drop in performance. Furthermore, if you intend to rely on your automobile, keep in mind that it, too, is reliant on you. Many vehicle components must be repaired or updated on a regular basis; by doing so, you will reduce your chances of having to deal with costly repairs and towing.


You've probably seen a car that's more than ten, fifteen, or even twenty years old but still appears brand new. This is an example of how an older car that has been well-maintained can outperform a newer car that has been neglected. Little things like checking your fluid levels, tyre pressure, batteries, brakes, and lights on a regular basis can make a big difference in the long term.

By changing your oil on a regular basis, you can improve the performance of your engine.

Old oil degrades over time as a result of heat exposure. When this happens, the engine oil loses its viscosity, rendering it incapable of lubricating the cylinder walls. A dirty oil has a more difficult time getting to where it has to go. As a result, sludge builds up in lubrication-required areas, obstructing the flow. Another purpose of oil is to remove heat from engine components. If sludge covers these regions, they tend to stay hotter for longer. As a result of the engine functioning less effectively, fuel efficiency and horsepower will suffer.