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County NC Engine Rebuild Discussions For Cars, Trucks, And SUV

This is a public and mechanic ongoing discussion on the topic of having a engine rebuild services done for cars, trucks, and SUVs for all 100 NC county locations in the state.

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Information we’d love to see conversations on can include the process of having an engine rebuilt, how much it cost, mechanics in various cities and towns which specialize in this service, parts discussions, length of time it takes to complete this service, and the usefulness of rebuilding versus buying a used car.

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While we’re located in Carteret County, we want this forum to include all 100 counties in the state, and participants can use the no registration comment form below to introduce new information to this article. Please be sure to subscribe to replies and verify your email address so our system can notify you when there are replies to your content.

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Local Mechanic Services And Engine Rebuild Discussions By NC County

Please be aware that nobody from our website is an ASC certified mechanic, and we caution people reading advice in the comments below to treat seen information as educational only. If you need engine service, please consult a local certified mechanic for your car, truck, or SUV.

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Suggested topics to discuss:

Are there any engines which are absolutely impossible to rebuild? Which car, truck, or SUV make and model are the easiest or hardest? Most expensive?

What is the average costs for domestic vehicles versus those manufactured overseas?

Is the statement true that foreign made cars are the hardest and most costly to service because parts may not be readily available in the United States?

In general, what is the process to taking an engine that has lots of mileage on it, has a blown header gasket, or other severe damage and wear and tear and rebuilding it to where it’s like new? What is the length of time it takes to complete this service assuming all parts are available?

Considering Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, GMC, Chrysler, Jeep, Lincoln, and Cadillac, which are the hardest or easiest to complete this work on?

Considering foreign made Hyundai, Toyota, Nissan, BMW, and Volkswagen, which are the easiest or hardest?

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Is there any damage which makes an engine rebuild impossible (i.e. cracked engine block)? When this service takes place, are odometers rolled back to zero miles?

When rebuilding, what’s some other suggested service to complete at the same time?

For someone who has completed this process versus buying a used car, truck, or SUV, would you do it again and recommend it to someone else? Why, or why not?

Do certified mechanics have to have any advanced certification to do a rebuild?

What types of machine service tools are routinely used?

If done correctly, is it reasonable for an engine with 250,000 miles and a cracked engine block or header gasket to undergo rebuilding and run another 250,000 miles?

What’s some other information about county NC engine rebuild services for trucks, cars, and SUV vehicles that you want to discuss which we failed to mention in this article?

Additionally, if you’re the owner of a shop in North Carolina and want to be listed on this page, please use the form below to submit your business information, telephone number, hours of operation, email address, physical address, and location so we can verify.

Known Shops And Mechanics

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In Eastern NC, we don’t know of any shops in Carteret County (Morehead City, Beaufort, and Newport), but in Craven and New Bern we know about Craven Automotive Machine Service LLC at 252-635-6950. Craven Automotive Machine Service LLC appears by their website to be a facility dedicated to only machining automotive parts.

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Michael Sharp

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One thought on “County NC Engine Rebuild Discussions For Cars, Trucks, And SUV

  • November 16, 2021 at 5:46 pm
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    This is for Onslow and Jacksonville NC. Four years ago I had a 2014 Ford Fusion rebuild done for $4321 dollars and the engine is still going strong today with not a single problem.

    At the time of this work being done, the header gasket was bad and the pistons and rings shot.

    At the time, the place I had the work done was the only place in Onslow, and I understand the machining shop is no longer in business.

    The cost varies greatly for newer models, and domestic versus foreign manufactured vehicles.

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