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  • Purpose: Engine repair involves fixing specific issues or components within the existing engine to restore its functionality. It's a targeted approach to address problems without completely replacing the entire engine.

  • Common Repairs: Engine repair can include fixing components such as the cylinder head, valves, pistons, crankshaft, timing belt, gaskets, and other internal parts. Repairs may also involve addressing issues like oil leaks, overheating, or poor performance.

  • Diagnostic Process: A diagnostic process is often conducted to identify the specific problem with the engine. This may involve using diagnostic tools, conducting visual inspections, and performing tests to pinpoint the issue.

  • Benefits: Engine repair is typically less expensive than a full replacement. It allows for the restoration of the existing engine, preserving the original vehicle specifications.

Engine Repair:

  • Purpose: Engine replacement involves removing the existing engine from the vehicle and installing a new or remanufactured engine. This is typically done when the current engine is severely damaged, worn out, or when the cost of repairs exceeds the value of the vehicle.

  • Common Reasons for Replacement:

  • Severe Damage: Engines damaged due to factors like a catastrophic failure, excessive wear, or internal damage may require replacement.

  • High Mileage: In some cases, vehicles with very high mileage may undergo engine replacement as a proactive measure to extend the overall life of the vehicle.

  • Diagnostic Process: Similar to repairs, a diagnostic process is often involved in determining whether engine replacement is the most viable solution.

  • Benefits: Engine replacement provides a fresh start with a new or remanufactured en

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