A friend has recently found out that she has to replace the motor in
her 1996 Ford Escort 1.9l. Just wondering which years I should be
looking at as possible transplants? Any other tips I can pass along...
My 95 Ford escort 1.9L -- lost a valve seat -- got the head done -- put it
back together --
and it's still gotta rattle-- Now I'm thinking the crankshaft's broke.
The head costs me $500.00-- so you replacing the motor may sound good, BUT ask
yourself if the cars worth it in the 1st place.
(I think that there may be a cutoff/ or design change at 95 -- my 'Chiltons"
only goes up to 95 --so I'd be looking for a 96 or later)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Mike) wrote in message
Call up any boneyard and ask for a low-mileage 1.9l from a '96.
Probably run her 3 to 5 hundred $$$ for them to torch it out, but you
pick up. Or she can get a reman delivered to her door for probably
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