The engine will require an overhaul or replacement.The engine will require an overhaul or replacement.
OK, I have a C10 but what is the question? Where is it? Does it have one? 6 or 8 cylinder? Original engine or replacement? More info needed....
A rebuilt engine can be bought for about $800. The old engine has to be returned after it is removed from youir car. The new engine has to be installed at a cost of about $2500. Parts attached to the engine may need replacement -- the alternator, the pollution control devices, the fuel injectors, etc. Total cost could run as high as $6000.
Yes, but you will need to swap over the lower mount bracket from your original engine onto the replacement engine. And you'll need to install a 1992-1998 timing chain cover onto the 1991 engine.
just bought one it came with the original ad/manual says its a 192cc fourstroke engine
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No, unless they specifically told you it had the original engine. Does the engine in the vehicle now, run as it should? If so, what is your problem? They sold you a car with a good serviceable engine. Unless you were buying a collector car where having the original engine makes the car worth more, this is really a mute point. You are assuming the original engine would be better than the one it now has. That is not necessarily the case. Drive and enjoy your car, and forget the fact that the engine has been changed. This is not fraud in any shape or form. Replacing defective engines in used cars is done all the time. If they had sold you the car with the original defective engine still under the hood, would that have made you happy?
It would have to be a special build or a replacement engine.
If you get a new engine it will have a new head gasket
The old, broken down tractor needed an engine replacement. The teacher was ill today, and her replacement was very inexperienced.
Yes, it lowers the value. The numbers will no longer match. Keeping the original engine is the ideal situation which will make the car worth more.
If you are referring to a straight-up engine replacement - - CR-V's are constructed on the Civic platfrom, therefore, any Civic engine will be an exact fit as a replacement.
If you use the same weight as The original oil, for example now the engine uses 15W-40, and you do an oil change, filling it with the same specs 15W-40 oil that's no problem for the engine.
The most produced engine is the original Chevy/GM V-8 small block, produced from 1955-2003 for production vehicles, still produced as a replacement engine, and still widely used both in existing vehicles and as a performance/race engine. Approximately 90 million have been made.
On the Engine if it is the original engine.
Timing chains have no scheduled replacement they are designed to last the life of the engine. Timing belts have replacement intervals
Do a Google search and shop online for a "MagnaCore" replacement set for your specific engine. It is a fully suppressed wire wound set that delivers superior spark with no noise being generated. Good luck
The intake manifold gaskets have failed on many of the V6 and V8 Chevy and GMC trucks in our fleet. The replacement gaskets are a better design that the original.
If the engine is in good condition dont replace it,supercharge it.
If you had recorded the engine block numbers from the old engine you could compare with the replacement engine.
Also known as a "crate engine" a turnkey is a complete replacement. The engine is taken out of the shipping crate assembled and ready to be installed.
Only if it was damaged as a result of a accident.
Under normal circumstances no, the chain normally needs no replacement. It is designed to last the life of the engine and is replaced during a complete engine rebuild.
3.5 litres with filter replacement.
Ford introduced the 4.6 liter engine in 1962 in the Ford Fairlane. It was a replacement engine for the 5.0 liter Windsor engine.