Category: Recycling News



When vehicles have been used for several years, however good or expensive your car or truck or pickup has been, it eventually will need expensive repairs on the engine and transmission. You can take it in for repairs, or you can replace the engine. But a new engine may be prohibitively expensive. This ... Read More
July 7, 2017Mike Haney




Real people, real reviews!   Google richard smith 5.0 /5 May 22, 2017 Ordering process was easy, the salesman was playing helpful. Still waiting for engine to be shipped.     Google Charles Davis 5.0 /5 May 24, 2017 Fast and easy process. ordering was quick the engine I ordered comes with a 3yr 36,000 mile warranty. I haven't found any place else ... Read More
June 20, 2017Mike Haney


One important part that most don't realize for your engine to run optimally is the radiator. Bottom line is its all about heat control. Heat is what kills engines and the radiators job is to keep coolant cool so it keeps the engine cool. Now, when a radiator gets damaged in ... Read More
September 30, 2015Anthony Luna


So, you've noticed your window going a little slower than normal. What could it be? Well, more than likely its the motor getting weaker and weaker. The signal is getting to it but its just not able to output the necessary power anymore. Your options are to wait till it ... Read More
July 21, 2015Anthony Luna


Simply put.. buying a transfer case is not too bad of a project. Installation is not horrible and the cost can be pretty affordable when you buy used. One of the most popular is the Jeep transfer case due to the offroading popularity of this make and the simple ... Read More
August 22, 2011Anthony Luna


If you've ever had to replace an engine you've come up with the question about mileage and how it will match the speedometer. Lets say you buy a replacement engine with 52K on it and your existing vehicle engine has 152K on it. Well the thought is you'd want to ... Read More
August 5, 2011Anthony Luna



Recycling News Feb 2011

FTC Letter Last week, ARA called on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to investigate potential breaches of warranty laws by automotive manufacturers. ARA is concerned that several manufacturers have used language that implies that warranties are tied to the use of new, authorized replacement parts, which is illegal under the Magnuson-Moss Act. ARA also said ... Read More
February 22, 2011Anthony Luna