Question about 1994 Jeep Wrangler
Have a 1994 jeep hit a guard rail with it in december hit black ice thought i just dented the fender and then in 2 weeks i lost power and it sounded like the engine went well when the engine was romoved i found the oil filter dented with a tiny hole in it and the head seal is gone has to be replaced the heads look ok and the engine turns ok what could have gone wrong i am thinking the oil slowly leaked out what i want to know is my engine cooked and what is the cost of replacing this or the seals i have no idea and i am going on the word of another person who looked at it thanks appreciate the time for an answer
If your engine lost oil, remove the oil pan and inspect the connecting rod bearings. Chances are that you will find more than one worn to the brass backing. Personally, anything that has been run with no oil is likely junk or soon to be junk. For far less than it would cost for a rebuild, rebuilt or new engine, I'd recommend you find the lowest miles used engine and be done with it. You can't live without blood, your engine can't live without oil....Just the way it is. (if it happened during accident, what about insurance?)
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