changing a bad crank in a DOHC 1.9L 4cyl 2002 SATURN SL2 vin 1G8ZK54752Z158820

ajnieblas2013lp
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Asked by ajnieblas2013lp May 25, 2013 at 11:36 AM about the 2002 Saturn S-Series 4 Dr SL2 Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

BOUGHT CAR WITH HEAD REMOVED AND PAN, SAID IT HAD A BAD CRANK AFTER ONLY 50,000 MILES ALL FREEWAY

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ajnieblas2013lp
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pull motor remove crank take to machinist or new?

ajnieblas2013lp
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or used motor and call it a day motor has only 50k kinda sad

tennisshoes
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If you are going to keep the car I would just spend the money on another engine. If you are going keep it then go for a reman or if the budget allows a new one. If this is a flip job then just put in a low mileage used one.

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