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    4 Things To Check When Buying A used engine
    Used engines can be a great way to save money and getting maintenance out of the way for less, but not all engines are created equal.

    Here are 4 things you need to check before buying:

    1. Before you even think about opening up the engine bay and inspecting under the bonnet it?s important to know what type your car requires. You can find this by checking your vehicle user manual or on most manufacturer websites. Knowing what kind of engine size and specs your car needs can save you some time down at the yard as well as ensure that you don?t get home only to find that it doesn?t fit!

    2. A borescope inspection camera is one of those tools that once you have it, you wonder how you ever lived without it. You can use the borescope to check things like cylinder bores for glazing, scoring or other irregularities in preparation for a rebuild. This is also very useful when purchasing an engine from a junk yard as you are able to inspect the details within the cylinders and see if there?s any piston or ring damage.

    3. A compression test will help determine whether your engine has suffered internal damage due to overheating, oil contamination, valve timing problems etc? The compression readings should be between about 140 PSI (pounds per square inch) - 150 PSI for old engines and 175 PSI for newer engines. If you suspect that your engine may have had some kind of major internal damage it?s best to have a qualified mechanic run this test for you.

    4. A coolant check is also very important when buying an engine from a junk yard, especially if it?s coming from the north of South Africa where temperatures are colder. An engine block should never be orange or rusty so make sure to look out for this when inspecting your new purchase.


    When buying used engines there are many factors that should be taken into consideration before making your final decision. The above information acts as guide only and you should always get a professional opinion prior to purchasing something second hand.

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