DEF System Repairs
DEF System Repairs in New Castle, DE
Better, Cleaner, Faster Times Two
It’s All About the Protection
Your commercial vehicle’s Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) system protects our environment by changing bad nitrous oxide into the water and harmless gasses. Beyond operating responsibly as a civic duty, you’re also held to federal emissions standards. When you get DEF System Repairs from ARS Truck & Fleet in New Castle, Delaware, it’s all about the protection. You’re protecting the atmosphere from the harmful exhaust that would otherwise be emitted from your commercial truck or fleet transportation, and we’re protecting you from the consequences of non-compliance. What’s more, our promise of better, cleaner, and faster repair work is doubled. Not only does that reflect the problem-solving experience you’ll receive from our ASE-certified technicians, but it also describes how your vehicle(s) will operate. Given the nature of this repair, it will be cleaner. It will likely run better (more efficiently) with upkeep. Finally, it may even go faster. Low diesel exhaust fluid levels have made some trucks go very slowly. If you require DEF repair, take advantage of our outstanding mobile assistance, where we bring the garage to you or visit us at 3065 New Castle Ave New Castle, DE 19720 between Interstates 295 and 495. We also offer two options for making an appointment. You can schedule online or call us at (302) 998-0628 or (302) 998-0628.
Common DEF Problems/Repairs
Perhaps you’re wondering what might go wrong with a vehicle’s DEF system. Of course, we’ll need to evaluate your truck before making an exact determination. However, we’re glad to share a few more common problems that necessitate repair. Believe it or not, weather can be the culprit that causes DEF trouble. When the temperature drops, the fluid can freeze or act like jelly. Contamination is another possible issue. If motor oil, fuel, or coolant find their way into the DEF, you may experience an engine shut-off. Adding too much fluid or hard water (typically during top-off) can lead to DEF crystallization. Not surprisingly, adding too much water can also dilute the fluid, creating an imbalance in the Urea levels. Finally, rust or debris in the DEF (usually occurring due to improper storage) can ruin the DEF pump.
Exhaust Repair for Your Commercial Vehicle
Whether you prefer to visit our shop or have us come to you, ARS Truck & Fleet is your reputable, award-winning shop for DEF system repair. Our team never forces a one-size-fits-all approach on you. Rather, we prefer to form a relationship with you and listen to learn about the unique problems and needs of your business. We look forward to helping you solve your commercial transportation problems.