Although many terrible engine failures can be prevented with routine service and maintenance, things like a failure of the cooling system or a damaged oil pump can cause permanent damage, making an engine rebuild the needed solution.
But what exactly is an engine rebuild or a remanufactured engine and why should you consider it?
To rebuild a car engine means available parts of the engine are disassembled, cleaned and inspected, after which the mechanic (since this should always be done by an expert) will identify the parts that are damaged in order to replace them with new parts.
Common engine components that need to be replaced after a while are O rings, valve springs, bearings, the oil pump, seals, gaskets and more. If your car is having issues with its oil consumption, there’s excessive white smoke coming out of the exhaust tailpipe, overheating or any other problems, it may be worthy of an engine rebuilt or a remanufactured engine.
If said time is now, here are a few of the benefits an engine rebuild or a new or remanufactured engine can bring to your car:
The life of your vehicle will be greatly extended. There will be no reason to purchase a used or new car.
The ECU is meant to communicate with the engine originally installed in the vehicle, however, many times when a new engine is installed, it has problems connecting and communicating with it, requiring a reprogramming of the ECU or replacement. But, if you choose an engine rebuild, this process won’t be necessary at all.
By rebuilding your engine or installing a remanufactured engine, you’re also helping reduce the amount of scrap and car junk that gets thrown away and ends up contaminating our environment and producing more garbage.
If you’re considering getting a remanufactured engine or your engine rebuilt, USA Automotive and our team of expert mechanics can help you and guide you through the process. Contact us for a free quote and/or consultations.
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