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Ive been told my 1999 daewoo lanos threw a rod in the engine- i cant drive it anywhere because it knocks really bad - what should i do should i try to tow it and repair it or junk it. and how much would it cost to repair it and where could i get it repaired i live in lynchburg va and nobody seems to be able to

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A bad connecting rod is a symptom of a larger internal problem. Without a total rebuild, your engine is useless. Depending upon how much you like the car, you can replace it with a new, remanufactured or low mile junkyard engine. Only use a quality shop for this work as it is expensive and doing it "wrong" will be a very costly "adventure". Do some research on local prices and if you decide on a rebuild, do not buy from ATK ...they have no quality control at all!!! (if you have somewhere to store it for awhile, and you have decided to junk it, try to sell it first... if it's in otherwise good shape...lots of techs buy ones like that and fix/re-sell)
Good Luck!!!

Posted on Sep 04, 2009


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