So you want to keep your Durango, even though it has a lot of miles on it. Then let's talk about buying a new or rebuilt engine.
Our new engine dealers provide OEM engines at low discount prices. Yet why not consider a rebuilt or refurbished engine?
To rebuild an engine, our refurbishers first remove all plugs. Then they clean all engine parts. Next comes an oil galley inspection, to make sure oil gets pumped to all engine parts. They also check the block for cracks. The rebuilder then re-bores the cylinders up to the next size, replaces the rings and pistons, installs new sprockets and bearings, re-grinds the camshaft, replaces all seals and plugs with new, and installs a new timing belt or chain. They also install new lifters, rocker arms and push rods, and a new or re-built oil pump.
On the cylinder head, they resurface the valves and install new valve guides. The refurbisher then vacuums and pressure tests the head, cleans the engine again before reassembly, and re-adjusts the valves. Last but not least, these professionals check the compression and oil pressure, and do a final inspection for oil leaks while listening for unusual noises.
Our online store is open all the time. Just click on your model year. Instantly you will be connected to websites where you can begin your search for a new or rebuilt engine.
If you are thinking of having someone rebuild your Durango engine, click on a name below. Communicate with one of our expert rebuilders via phone or email and discuss your needs.
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