FAQ: Engine Replacement
It can be pretty daunting being told that your vehicle is in need of an engine replacement. Many people quickly assume that this is going to be an expensive procedure and simply isn't worth the cost. This is not true. While an engine replacement may cost a bit more than other types of auto repair, in many cases it isn't going to break the bank. It is often much more expensive to replace the whole vehicle than just the engine. If your car is having engine trouble be sure to speak with an expert engine shop about what your options are. The following are some of the more common questions people have when they are told their engine may need to be replaced.
How do I know if I really need an engine replacement for my car?
A lot can be said about how the engine is currently operating. There are numerous signs of major engine trouble. These can include harsh knocking noises, which indicate that the engine bearings have become worn out, likely resulting in massive friction between the moving parts of the engine. Other signs of trouble could be a major increase in exhaust smoke. You can often tell what sort of trouble is happening in the engine based on the color of the smoke. Black smoke means too much gasoline is being burnt, white smoke generally indicates that there is a coolant leak allowing coolant to be burnt up in the combustion chamber and an oil leak will produce blue smoke. Speaking of leaks, if you see liquid dripping from your engine it could indicate a cracked block or some other problem that would require an engine to be replaced.
What type of engine should I get?
There are generally two types of engines you will be offered for your car if a replacement is deemed necessary, rebuilt and used.Rebuilt engine - A rebuilt engine is a motor that has been pulled from a vehicle and completely refurbished. It may have new parts or old parts will have been machined to manufacturer specifications. These engines can usually be considered like new. Used engine - The other option is a used engine. These are low mileage engines that were likely pulled from vehicles that were wrecked without damaging the motor.
Are replacement engines backed by a warranty?
As long as you get a replacement motor from a professional auto repair shop you should be offered a warranty.
At Discount Engines we sell high quality used engines and rebuilt engines in Mesa for most makes and models of domestic and Asian cars, trucks and SUVs. To learn more about our engine replacement services in Mesa or to request a quote for a used or rebuilt engine just give our team a call at (480) 351-6068. We look forward to keeping your car on the road.
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