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I have a 98 dodge intrepid ES 3.2 liter

supposebly, I may have thrown a rod, engine still runs but knocks like crazy.

what can I expect to pay to replace the engine and what kind of warranty should I expect?


My regular mechanic that I trust said for $2300 they can replace it with a 60k engine

and $3,500 to rebuild my engine.


most of the parts on my car are brand new that's why I dont want to get rid of it.

I'd rather invest in a car I know will run forever instead of losing it when I have put tons of money into it already and have always ran fine.

I just finally got the haynes manual who ever sent that to me thank you, even though it's too late.

I'm not sure what kind of warranty they have for engines but I do know they usually give me 3 months on the other parts of my car and have always made sure they always fix anything if it wasn't done right the first time.

I use All Tune & Lube in Spring Hill Florida
 

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I have a 98 dodge intrepid ES 3.2 liter

supposebly, I may have thrown a rod, engine still runs but knocks like crazy.

what can I expect to pay to replace the engine and what kind of warranty should I expect?


My regular mechanic that I trust said for $2300 they can replace it with a 60k engine

and $3,500 to rebuild my engine.


most of the parts on my car are brand new that's why I dont want to get rid of it.

I'd rather invest in a car I know will run forever instead of losing it when I have put tons of money into it already and have always ran fine.

I just finally got the haynes manual who ever sent that to me thank you, even though it's too late.

I'm not sure what kind of warranty they have for engines but I do know they usually give me 3 months on the other parts of my car and have always made sure they always fix anything if it wasn't done right the first time.

I use All Tune & Lube in Spring Hill Florida

That doesn't sound bad.
Try to source the motor yourself using car-part.com and see what you come up with.
 
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