Question about 1994 Toyota Corolla
I had an engine reworked, changed out a used 3L engine block for the old block was worn down pass the bore limits.
However, the Bearings were reused but all other items including the rings,Valve Stem Seals, Gaskets etc,were replaced.
After a month of running the Vehicle, the oil consumption increased and eventually the mechanical knocking sound become obviously loud.
I intend to have another work on the engine,however what are some tips to solve the current problem?
You have to change every thing. eveng the crank shaft must be done or pulished
Posted on Jan 21, 2013
Next time replace the bearings all ways do that..... now you may have damaged your crankshaft. every mechanic nows to do that
if they dont they want more money
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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