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engine blocks and parts
Sometimes it is necessary to buy new engine blocks and parts should there be problems with your vehicle's engine and here we will explain more.
Engine blocks and parts
When people refer to engine blocks and parts they generally mean the engine and its components because the engine block is usually a solid cast block - literally a block of metal. The engine block houses the valves, the pistons and piston rings and the spark plugs. There's also the sump, crankshaft and connecting rod. Engine blocks tend to be made from cast iron though aluminium alloys are growing in popularity, particularly for performance cars and are much lighter than cast-iron blocks and they also offer better fuel efficiencies.
The engine block´s purpose is really to support the engine's components and the block itself will help transfer the heat created from the friction within the engine to the coolant and to the atmosphere. Because it plays such a crucial role, it needs to withstand heat and pressure so engine blocks tend to be very heavy. Also, some may decide to repair a cracked engine block rather than replacing it and this will be costly in machining and parts as well as labour since the repair can take up to 35 hours, depending on the vehicle.
Engine block fail
An engine block could fail for various reasons and a professional will be able to diagnose what the issue is and then repair it before recommending a new engine block is installed. The professional may also highlight other engine block parts that may have gone faulty. For example, if your cooling system fails then this can ruin an engine so it may be cheaper and easier to fix other problems before looking to replace the engine block and parts. The symptoms for a cracked engine block are straightforward, though you'll need to check whether the head gasket has blown as well. Essentially, you will find antifreeze in the oil and sometimes the opposite occurs. If antifreeze is mixing with oil, then the engine block will have a deep crack. You may also see smoke from the exhaust and the engine's performance will also be seriously affected.
Sign of a cracked engine block
Another sign of a cracked engine block is low compression because the combustion pressure is being disrupted, and this will lead to poor engine performance. Also, you may actually see a crack in the block with a visual inspection - the block itself will need to be free from dirt and debris for this to take place. Finally, should your engine be overheating, then you may be leaking antifreeze which will indicate a cracked engine block.
It's also possible to swap the engine block in your vehicle for a larger one to deliver more performance and power depending on your needs. However, you'll need to ensure that the engine will function with your vehicle and the engine control unit (ECU).
Searching for engine blocks & parts
If you are searching for engine blocks & parts, then you will need to source quality replacement components from a reputable supplier and ensure they meet the vehicle manufacturer's criteria and the MorePartz site can help.