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Our engine seized and we need a used or new one we need to know where to go to find one in canada

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Go to any big auto recyclers in your area.
They will be hooked up to a system across Canada to locate parts.
They can search for your engine and if one is found you could have it in just a few days.
For a used engine with around 80 to 120km's......I'd say will go for about $1200 to $1600...just for the engine.
Installation......$300 to $500.

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