My 2.7 is gone everyone is saying is not worth rebuilding? Most of the
responses I have gotten have told me to replace it with a 3.2. I
recently found out I could get a remanufactured 2.7 for just as much
money as it would cost me to buy a 3.2 and the conversion kit. I found
a site that said they fixed the problems with the 2.7 in 2001. Anyways
I was wondering if there had been many problems with the new 2.7
motor? Thanks for any advice.
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What is of question is the fact that Chrysler is offering free oil
changes on the new Chrysler 300 with the 2.7 engine since that is the
base for that car. If notice Chrysler is not offering the 2.7 in the
new Charger, its the 3.5 or the Hemi. Personally if it was me and my
2001 Trep died with its 2.7 I would opt for the 3.2. To much money to
spend on an unknown. What is also interesting is that there were no
commercially available rebuilding parts for the 2.7 except from
Chrylser at an extremely high price.
1994 Intrepid - Customized
The 2004 Sebring I have with the 2.7 came with 5-years worth of free oil
changes as well. My guess is they're doing that to help assure the engine
lasts to the 70K mile warranty period. I've been "upgrading" to full
synthetic. With the "free" coupon, the synthetic oil change cost is about
the same $$$ as a regular oil change cost.
The only thing I am going to say about that is, the after market is
free to produce and sell anything they want. It's all about supply and
demand. If there is a demand they will have a supply.
The only thing they cannot reproduce is trademark and logo stuff.
everything else becomes public.
Not true.. find me a rebuilt pump or hydraulic ABS assembly that has been
rebuilt, fits 91 to 93 Mini vans
And if im not mistaken there is a certain time limit that they have to wait
untill they can sell the rebuilt parts
It's all about supply and
I got two pump and motor assys on the shelf and 18 more can be here in
a few days. If you want them, I aint running a museum. They're yours. I
will sell you all you want. Keep in mind that there will be a core
charge over the price of the pump and motors.
e-mail if your interested.
The pump and motor are $217.00 with a $75.00 core
they hyd assy are $473.20 with a $450.00 core (they want those back)
It'll take a few days but it can be done. The only thing stopping
anyone right now is money.
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