Select your Dodge B250 trim level to learn more about Dodge-recommended engine repair. Even Dodge B250 parts will get older and change.
Stuff wears out. Even your Dodge B250's many parts and pieces. We’re here to help when something stops working. Select a repair or category to learn more about 1984 Dodge B250 services.
The Dodge B250 is respected for its reliability. That might be why you bought it in the first place. However, even your trustworthy engine is subject to wear and tear. Things can go sideways sometimes. If they do, you’ll have to find a dependable 1984 Dodge service center — quick! That’s where Firestone Complete Auto Care comes in. We've serviced more than 500 million vehicles since 1926, and our technicians know Dodge B250 engines. Schedule a courtesy inspection at the first sign of engine trouble. After all, Firestone Complete Auto Care is one of the most popular picks for professional engine repairs thanks to its service and affordability.
If your B250 check engine light is on, it’s time to get it looked at. A check engine light that’s on or flashing could be a symptom of a serious problem in your or emission system that won't go away on its own. Causes may include a faulty oxygen sensor, bad spark plug, issues with your catalytic converter, or a leaking engine vacuum, to name a few potential sources. Stop by your local Firestone Complete Auto Care to get your B250 issues diagnosed and we’ll figure out why that check engine light is giving you grief. engine rattling, oil leaks, or engine misfiring.
If your 1984 Dodge B250 needs engine repair, our expert techs will let you know what needs to be done and why before they get started. We make recommendations, but you make the final decision. If a service can wait, we’ll make sure you know. We'll also tell you if it's necessary for your safety. We want to give you all the details you need to make an informed decision about your engine repairs. Turn to Firestone Complete Auto Care for your 1984 B250 engine repairs and you can drive easy knowing that we use Dodge-approved parts and fluids — timing chain or belt, motor oil seal, sensors, or a different component.