You like your Isuzu Trooper. You want to keep it. But the engine is going - it's burning oil, overheats, or has no power.
Now is the time to consider buying a new OEM or rebuilt engine through our knowledgeable dealer network.
When the rebuilder refurbishes an engine, s/he removes all plugs. Then s/he cleans every component and inspects the oil galleys, making sure that when the engine is rebuilt, oil will flow to all the areas of the engine it is needed. The technician then checks the block for cracks. After a thorough inspection, the tech re-bores the cylinders up to the next size and installs new bearings, sprockets, pistons, and rings. Next, he or she re-grinds the camshaft, replaces all plugs and seals, and installs a new timing chain or belt. The technician also installs pushrods, new rocker arms, and new lifters, then a rebuilt or new oil pump.
Cylinder head work includes resurfacing the valves and installing new valve guides, and vacuum and pressure testing the head. The technician next cleans the engine once more before reassembling it. He or she the re-adjusts the valves and tests the oil pressure and cylinder compression. A final inspection includes listening for telltale noises and checking for oil leaks.
Did you know that an OEM "crate" engine can actually be better than your Trooper's original engine? Why? Because the maker of the engine may use parts that are more durable and meet higher specifications than your older original.
So shop here for your next Trooper engine.
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