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Where can you find a replacement engine for a 2000 Chevy Astro?

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2006-12-11 23:29:37

You have several choices: depending on costs: A nationally known

company makes engines known as Jaspar. You can check out a local

salvage yard but realize you buying a used engine You can check at

AutoZone, Pep Boys Check large warehouse dealers like Jegs, Summit

Racing You can go to a Chevy Dealer and get another engine from GM

Do a Google search for more companies that remanufacture engines.

Depending on how long you plan to keep your vehicle, i would look

into a "REMANUFACTURED" engine instead of a new one. Remanufactured

means it is a used block that has been cleaned and honed and new

parts inside of a used block. The blocks are checked to make sure

there is no cracks before they remanufacture them. Also there is

such a thing known as a short block and long block. A short block

counts on using a lot of parts off your engine and can save you

money. A long blocks has a lot more newer parts like heads and

intake. Depending on how many miles you have on your current block,

you may or may not want to go with a short block. And then there is

the install.................and ask for a warranty


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