Knowing about the parts inside your Lexus vehicle is extremely helpful, especially when emergency strikes. When it comes to Lexus parts, our team at Lexus of Orange Park ensures you only get the best, and we want to make sure you know as much as possible.
Today, we want to discuss some parts that often go unnoticed: your engine cylinders.
Types of Engine Cylinders
Have you ever seen car commercials discuss different types of engines like four-cylinder, six-cylinder, or V6 units? If you have, you may be wondering what these numbers refer to and how they affect performance.
Truth be told, engine cylinders aren’t really a part of the engine; instead, they house pistons that compress energy. When these pistons move up and down, fuel is burned, creating the energy your vehicle needs to accelerate.
The more cylinders a vehicle has, the more energy is created, which increases overall power output. Most vehicles have either a four-, six-, or eight-cylinder engine. Inline engines have cylinders that are arranged in a straight line, while V engines have cylinders that are arranged into two rows.
Where to Find Engine Service
If you notice your “Check Engine” light come on and your Lexus car requires service, visit our certified Lexus service center. Our technicians provide unparalleled care and expertise for your vehicle.
We also use only OEM Lexus parts in our repairs, so you can rest easy knowing your vehicle and its engine are in good hands. Your Lexus will only get parts that were originally made for your vehicle, so you don’t have to worry about quality or fit.
Visit Us for Your Lexus Service Needs
Getting engine work done on your Lexus is hopefully something that won’t happen. Thankfully, our Lexus service team is here to provide needed maintenance and other routine services as well. Give us a call today to schedule an appointment and keep your Lexus running as good as new!