Question about 2000 Jeep Wrangler
Pistol? No such animal in an engine. If you mean piston I can't see how they could tell you that without tearing the engine down. If a piston has broken usually it will damage a cylinder wall. Unless the engine is completely torn down and the cylinders are re-machined and fitted with new oversize ones, no repair is going to work.(not correctly)
If you have a bad set of rings or a bad wrist-pin, that can be done but generally that is still expensive.
Likely your best solution would be a good scrapyard engine or a rebuilt one.
Before going further though you should get a second opinion from another good shop. Since being online prevents anyone from looking at or doing the appropriate tests, that is something you need to have done.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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