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I have a 1989 dodge raider and the timing belt went and broke a valve and messed up the piston. Can I still use that motor or not and could I use a motor out of a mini van or a car by the way it's a 3.0l v6 with a 4 speed automatic.

Rummy2894
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Asked by Rummy2894 Sep 09, 2013 at 07:40 PM about the 1989 Dodge Raider

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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7jimmy7
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a valve, the piston? no problem, drop the pan pop the piston while the head is being refurbished, pull timing cover ,do the belt last with no. 1 at tdc on comp stroke, valves both closed .another engine will need, all the differences corrected to match the fit.

Matt Thibault
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The only thing the Raider's 6G72 has in common with the Chrysler cars is the engine block itself, possibly the cylinder heads (I'm not sure). I do know that everything from the oil pan, oil pump, camshafts, sensors, intake etc. would have to be transferred from the old block to the new one, it wouldn't be a "drop-in" job. That being said, if you have the time, space and money to do it, you could make it work.

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