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Sunset Imports
Portland's Luxury Car Dealer.
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All Transmissions & Clutches
Complete Transmission Rebuild & Repair.
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Darrel's Economy Mufflers
Over 30 Years Experience In Exhaust Systems.
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Diesel Fuel Injection Service
Quality Diesel Auto Repairs.
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Andy's Auto Supply & Repair
We Solve All Mechanical Car And Truck Problems.
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Larry Morton's Transmission Service
Full-service Transmission Repair.
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AATCO Transmission & Transaxle
Quality Work At A Reasonable Price.
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Atb Auto Repair
Honest Service At A Fair Price.
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Tigard SUV & Auto Repair, Inc.
We Are Setting The Standard For Service.
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A & A Tires
Knowledgeable Tire Care Specialists.
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Engines Rebuilding & Exchanging
Auto hobbyists and mechanics rebuild and exchange engines in vehicles of all types, from cars and trucks to SUVs and boats. Engines can break down over many years of use, and when this happens, they can be rebuilt or exchanged to get the vehicles up and running again. Engine rebuilders and exchangers are the professionals who provide these services, often within an auto body shop or dealership. People who love to work on cars may want to take on this project themselves. There are many options for those who want to rebuild or exchange a small or large engine. Exchanging an auto or boat engine can be very time consuming, and requires a steady hand. Skilled mechanics often have specialties, boasting extra knowledge in a specific area, whether for domestic or foreign autos or inboard motors. Some people want to rebuild an existing engine into a high performance motor. Others have classic cars where the engine needs to be replaced out of necessity. The components of an engine are basically the same, and involve the crankshaft, timing gears, pistons, engine block, and combustion turbines. Transmissions are another big part of these systems. Parts replacement and repair are two common services offered by these professionals, and many offer used parts and engines to customers as a cost-saving measure. Mechanics often remanufacture engines for used car dealerships, auto enthusiasts, and other consumers. Customers can learn more about engines rebuilding and exchanging online, where there is a wealth of information on auto motors and crate engines, from listings of local experts to repair how-to guides for the DIY-er.
 
City Radiator
Honest & Fair Work Since 1948.
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Ben's Japanese Auto Clinic
Fast Service With Honesty And Integrity.
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Schuck's O'Reilly Auto Parts
3050 Sw Cedar Hills Blvd, Beaverton, OR 97005
(503) 643-9666
Hartmann Motors Inc
11330 Sw 64th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
(503) 227-6898
Pwc Engine Services Inc
8112 Sw 48th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
(503) 245-1372
Bearing Service Co
1040 Nw Everett St, Portland, OR 97209
(503) 222-1366
Japanese Auto Repair
1025 Se 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97214
(503) 235-6300
Portland Engine Rebuilders
1001 Se Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97214
(503) 230-1276
Central Cylinder Head Inc
1041 Se Brooklyn St, Portland, OR 97202
(503) 234-8896
Dsu Peterbilt & GMC Inc
5555 N Lagoon Ave, Portland, OR 97217
(503) 289-2585
Schuck's O'Reilly Auto Parts
8555 Sw Old Tualatin Sherwood, Tualatin, OR 97062
(503) 885-1565
Loyning's Engine Service
9125 Se 64th Ave, Portland, OR 97206
(503) 775-2999
Larry's Engine Rebuilding & MA
4860 Se 82nd Ave, Portland, OR 97266
(503) 771-2346
Modrall's Machine Automotive
2504 Ne Stapleton Rd, Vancouver, WA 98661
(360) 696-3631
Marks Engine Service
10407 Ne Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR 97220
(503) 960-8999
Ki's Japanese Engine Auto Repair
2607 Main St, Vancouver, WA 98663
(360) 699-5669
Fast Specialties
1200 Ne 95th St, Vancouver, WA 98665
(360) 213-2781


Rebuilding and exchanging engines can be done by a mechanic or another business in your area. To rebuild any part of a car you will need the proper equipment and tools. Engineers create the design of the different fuel injection systems and combustion engines. Depending on what your vehicle uses, a shop may or may not have what you need. Motor fuel, including trucks that use diesel, can affect the performance of the automobile. Four-stroke or cylinder engines can be built or repaired by a mechanic if you're unsure of the procedures that need to be done. Oil and gas will need to have the necessary designated areas within a car for it to run properly. To find rebuilding or exchanging businesses in your area, search the internet or phone book. Some producers will have a wide selection of different products to choose from while others will have a more limited shop. Research the different elements that make up an engine to see what matches the best to what you need. Any repairs you have done will range in price depending on what works on your car or truck. If you feel somebody gives you a high estimate on the work you want done, consider taking your vehicle to somewhere else for another opinion. Only have somebody work on your car that you trust. You may find information online about how one company is known to charge their customers a rate that is much higher than the average cost in your area. If you don't trust the person, look for a different mechanic.
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