Are you having ENGINE problems?

We are here to help with all engine services.

Diagnose & Repair Diesel Engine


Engine Repair you can count on

Auto Engine Maintenance



Manual Transmission Repair



Keeping your vehicle's engine properly maintained will save you money now and later. There is a lot more to maintaining your engine than just getting the oil changed. At Tupelo Automotive Transmission and Diesel Diagnosis Repair, you can be sure we will service your vehicle right. We offer many options for repair and sevice for your automobile engine.

Tupelo Automovtive Repair Service Troubleshoots and Repairs the following Automobile Parts and More!

Mercedes Benz Engine Repair

professional repair

Manual Transmission Repair
Gas Engine Diagnostics
Diesel Engine Diagnostics
Minor Engine Repair
Engine Overhaul/Replacement
Transfer Case Repair

Gas Engine Diagnostics

Professional Services

Automatic Transmission Repair
Lube/Oil/Filter Service
Air Conditioning Repair
Brake Service
Clutch/Drive line
Steering/Suspension Repair

BMW Engine Repair

Professional Technicians

Electrical Repair
Tire/Wheel Service
Stat/Province Emissions Inspection

Oil Changes

Regular oil changes extend the life of your engine

It is recommended to change your oil every 3,000 miles if you are using standard oil and every 5,000 miles if you are using synthetic. If you push your oil changes past too many miles, you can build up sludge in sensitive areas inside your engine. This can starve your engine of oil. This can damage internal engine bearings, variable valve timing components, camshafts, push rods, engine valves, rocker arms and timing chain assemblies.

Engine Tune-up

We change spark plugs and wires as needed

Most engines come with iridium tipped spark plugs that last up to 100,000 miles. We recommend changing spark plugs around 60,000 miles. This will reduce the strain old spark plugs put on the rest of your ignition system. The 100,000 miles is based off lab results and our 60,000 miles is based off over all driving conditions. Corrosion can build up in the threads of the steel spark plugs that are screwed into an aluminum engine. After a lot of heat and combustion it is likely that some damage can occur when spark plugs are left in the engine for 100,000 miles or more.