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A few decades ago the average life cycle of an engine was about 60,000 to 80,000 miles of everyday driving. At that point most engines would develop an oil consumption problem and begin to show other signs of wear such as loss of compression, loss of power, increased emissions, lower oil pressure, internal noise, etc. Carburetors were partly to blame for the wear too for various reasons. Today, the situation is much different. The average life of an engine is about 10 to 12 years. Fuel injection has eliminated the fuel wash down problem as well as other problems and so fewer engines are being rebuilt today as a result.

Improvements in engine technology has prolonged engine life and reduced the need for engine service. When an engine needs major repairs, you are faced with an important choice: you can replace the engine with a new, remanufactured or used engine, or you can repair or rebuild the original engine. Replacing an engine with a brand new one is usually too expensive for many people's budgets, so the choices come down to a remanufactured engine, a used engine or repairing the engine. Sooner or later, most used engines experience problems of their own and have to be replaced or rebuilt.

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