You can check how much oil is required in your owners manual, and you may want to look into a dipstick at a local wrecking yard or salvage yard. What kind of car is this engine in?
The auto salvage yard.
the local salvage yard. They are also the same engine as the ford probe
Dealer? Salvage Yard? Engine rebuilder?
There is no set value of a salvage vehicle. Value is based on what they offer.
Engine will overheat. Possibly seizing the pistons and totally wrecking the engine.
The best place is to get it from a wrecking yard.
Yes you can, for sure. But, it will wrecking your engine...
bring someone along or demand a written warranty after you pay - a bill so you can exchange after answer take a mechanic you trust with you and be guided by him and get a written warranty, altho u do know its not going to be warrantied for much as you are buying from a wrecking yard
With all the 'find a job' sites it is hard to know which ones are legitimate or not. Here is a great site to get started looking for engine testing jobs: http://jobs.oodle.com/careers/milwaukee-area/quality-assurance-control-jobs/
Call your local wrecking yard as they have crossover books.
Dealer, salvage(junk) yard, EBAY.....
There are alot of parts that would be worthwile to sell from a salvage truck there is the engine if it is in good working order. You could also sell the truck for extra pieces to a salvage yard like the bed of the truck, doors etc.
Salvage trucks can be the best sources of parts and accessories for restoring an older model of truck. Salvage trucks are also great resources when you need to just keep an older truck running as a daily driver. Cosmetic Salvage Parts One of the most valuable uses for salvage trucks is as a way to find original equipment to replace something that has worn out on your old truck. Most salvage trucks are in salvage yards because they were involved in an accident that left them unable to operate normally any longer. These trucks still have all of the interior accessories that the make and model was shipped with. The interior of a salvage truck is generally undamaged because most of the damage happens to the front or rear end during an accident. You can find original interior equipment through salvage for far less than you would spend from a retailer. Engine Details Salvage trucks are not the best places to find rubber engine parts like belts or hoses. They are excellent sources of larger parts that may need to be replaced if you have driven your truck for more than 100,000 miles, however. Most salvage trucks have engine blocks that are in perfect condition. A rebuilt engine that begins with a salvaged engine block can cost as little as half as much as an engine rebuilt from retail stock. Since the truck has probably spent years sitting in the salvage yard, the engine block has driven fewer miles than your truck that has been driven regularly for the past several years. Be Prepared to Pull the Parts Yourself If you plan to use salvage trucks to find the parts you need, you should visit the salvage yard with all of the tools you would need to take the parts off of your truck on your own. Part of the reason salvaged parts and accessories are so inexpensive is because the customer does most of the work of retrieving the parts from the salvage vehicle. Wear clothes that you won’t mind getting dirty. It may be a good idea to bring a friend with you if the part you need is heavy.
New engine? Dealer. Used engine? Salvage yard. There are also some places that sell rebuilt engines. A Google search is in order.
salvage yard or reman from aftermarket auto parts dealer
A ford dealership or a pick and pull salvage yard.
Purchasing a vehicle in parts, or for parts can be done at your local junk or salvage yards.
A re-manufactured engine can be purchased from your local auto parts store. A used engine can be purchased from your local wrecking yard.
If the rest of the engine is sound, replace it with a crank kit. If the engine itself was in poor shape, it would be best to rebuild the engine, or get one from a salvage yard.
It will unless you get the engine tunned down for it.
4.6engine v8 ford explorer how much. Even a good used engine from a wrecking yard will cost more than $150.
Most auto junkyards salvage usable engine parts. Know your make, model, year, and any other details about your engine and call the local auto junkyards.
Call some nearby auto salvage yards. The prices will vary, due to mileage.
Used engine car parts can be at many locations. Salvage yards are always an excellent place to start. A simple phone call to any salvage yard can reveal whether they have the part or not. Other good resources are websites such as Craigslist, Bookoo, and eBay.