Question about 1998 Acura TL
1. Go to dealer and order a new OEM replacement engine (quite costly in overall).
2. Go to a aftemarket shop (still expensive)
3. Go to a wrecker or dismantler specifying your car year. model and engine type, you may find a decent one and doesnot cost as much as OEM.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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