? It hasn't gotten any worse. . It is reliable and gets good gas mileage. A bad lifter is reasonably expensive to repalce but, still cheaper than a new engine or new car takes about 3 -5 days at a shop. In either case he said it would be cheaper to just let it die.
Decent gas mileage, 40 bucks to fill it. Cost of Ownership - as old as this car is, it drives like a dream. Talk to your mechanic again. Primary Use: Family transportation A Good Solid Car That Need A Better Tranny To Make It A Nice Car. It's definatly an old person car but I like it, it's not a piece. The one I drove had low mileage, which was cool. Buy your next used motor from our qualified dismantlers, junkyards and used engines dealers.
And I was able to pop the dent out with a flawless look. It has a lot of functions on it and has a smooth and comfortable ride. It sounds like he probably was referring to either the valve lifter or the connecting rod worn rod bearings. We carry an extensive inventory of used, overstock and surplus engines for all 2001 Buick Century applications including gasoline and diesel engines. It is so much fun to drive.
When I got home I took to to a mechanic who said that it's either oil blockage or the piston lifter. We will never process your order before verifying with you the engine information! Why buy a new crate 2001 Buick Century engine and pay double? It is pretty fun to drive and mess with but hard to find mods for it. It was my grandma's car, she bought it off the lot and gave it to me for a grad present. Handles really well in snow and rain when I get new tires. I Love This Car — If you are looking for a solid performing, roomy reliable car at reasonable price, this is the car for you.
To buy a particular engine, you may buy it online or call our sales canter at 1-866-612-9788 with the stock number. Does the knocking sound every go away? How many miles are on this vehicle? Purchase used 2001 Buick Century engines from dependable salvage yards network that offers up to 3-year warranty and free freight! Primary Use: Commuting to work Buick Century — Well, lets be honest. . Solid Buick make with alot of extras for the price. How long do you think I have until it dies, or do you even think it will? Appearance - these cars tend to rust all in the same places bottom of doors I'm keeping it under control as ,much as I can but its inevitable. On the highway I get a lot of mileage on it I have done 4-5 hours straight before I have to fill up completely. Primary Use: Family transportation Reliable, And Just A All Around Good Car.
Please make sure to read the engine description below and in particular match the engine size with your vehicle's motor specifications. Primary Use: Commuting to work. Quite a few scratches and a few dents and a broken rear drivers side taillight but other than that not bad. Notes: Some vehicles come with several engine size options and could be very confusing. There is no way to tell how long the engine will last. Good : — Very 'touchy' but smooth brakes and accelerator.
Great car for a growing family like mine. I caught the drunk driver as he was trying to get away, and he had more problems then just a hang over the next day. Primary Use: Commuting to work Its A Great Car, Smoothest Ride For An Old Car. I've driven over 200miles since this noise started. A connecting rod problem requires an engine overhaul or new engine this could be really expensive. On my return trip I started hearing a knocking sound in the engine that went faster as the engine worked harder. .
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