I told the shop that was too much money and just give me the car back and I would take it somewhere else. He said fine, my bill to do that was $775.00. I asked why and he said that was the cost to remove the transmission and tear it down. Also, now that it was torn down it could not be put back together and be driven anymore so I would get my car back with no transmission. As you can see I had no choice but to let them do the work and pay the new amount. I read the fine print on the work order and sure enough that clause is in the agreement.

overhaul a care engine Do your research. When you rebuild, work out if you are going for a stock replacement of broken/worn parts, or a full rebuild using forged internals. Work out your budget and try to stick to it. If possible, get the factory workshop manual for your engine, or a Haynes/Chilton’s manual. Review it before you pick up a wrench and figure out what you are going to do and how you’re going to do it. Surprises are good at Christmas, but not when when you’re trying to take apart a motor. If you can’t find information in there, try to find a respected source on the internet. And make sure you get the CORRECT manual (i.e. if you have a 7-bolt 4G63 engine don’t use a 6-bolt 4G63 engine guide and think that everything will be the same. It won’t).

Parts cleaner and WD40 are your friends. When you get into the engine, cleanliness is definitely next to godliness. Cylinder walls must be as close to spotless as you can manage, with any specs of dirt & grit removed. To make hydrogen generator things seal you’re going to need clean surfaces, so parts/brake cleaner, some Scotchbrite and a wire brush are vital. If something’s dirty, clean it well. If it’s clean, give it another clean to make sure it’s spotless. Similarly, once you get the head off the block, the clean surfaces you’ve got might want to rust pretty quickly depending on the humidity (my block developed a thin layer of rust in hours). Coat everything in WD40 and put a towel over the block to keep moisture out as much as possible. It will keep things lubricated and keep the rust away.

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rebuild a car engine Right after the mushy stuff, check the transmission fluid for a burnt odor. This smell is evidence that there is too much friction on the transmission’s parts. Excessive friction means accelerated corrosion, which is a major type of irreparable damage as it drastically shortens the lifespan of the car.

Plan the restoration process ahead of time. Muscle cars are important and are sensitive cars. Any error or mistake on the rebuilding and auto detailing procedure could greatly harm and alter the overall appearance of the exterior of the car.