|Car||Labour Cost||Parts Cost||Fiix Total Cost||Dealership Price|
|2011 BMW 335i||$275.00||$39.55||$314.55||$405.83|
|2006 BMW 530i||$330.00||$78.51||$408.51||$501.70|
|2003 Toyota Corolla||$220.00||$9.78||$229.78||$295.60|
|2008 BMW X5||$385.00||$34.25||$419.25||$519.96|
|2003 Lexus GS300||$165.00||$15.82||$180.82||$224.82|
|2004 Chevrolet Venture||$275.00||$21.75||$296.75||$371.05|
|2011 Hyundai Sonata||$165.00||$14.19||$179.19||$227.35|
The crankshaft can be thought of an energy transformer, turning the pistons up-and-down linear motion into the circular force that spins the heels. For the crankshaft to work effectively, it needs to be fully lubricated to spin frictionlessly. That is where the two crankshaft seals comes in, ensuring that contaminants don’t enter the crankshaft, engine oil doesn’t escape and the wheels spin freely.
Your vehicle will not be able to perform the way it should without two working crankshaft seals. You get hurt twice with just one seal being broken: oil will not enter the engine for use and it will leak into engine bay damaging other parts. If you have this issue or are facing any of the symptoms, ask a technician to do an inspection immediately and prevent further harm and compromised performance from occuring.
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