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Baltimore MD Engines

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The transmission and engine work together to make sure that your vehicle gets where it needs to go. When either of these car parts go out, life becomes a nightmare. You have to decide whether to buy a new car, a new transmission, or a re-manufactured transmission, and all of those things cost money. Over 600,000 people in the Baltimore, Maryland region depend on transmissions and engines that run smoothly. If your transmission stops working, here are a few things you need to consider.

 

 

 

Buy A new engine or transmission or buy a new car Not many folks have the money to buy a new car each time a transmission burns out. That’s why most have to decide between buying a new transmission or a used one. Each one has its advantages. A new transmission will run for longer and have fewer repairs needed in its early lifespan. A used transmission has been used, which might reduce its overall lifetime quality, but at the same time it will be much cheaper than a new transmission. Price is the bottom line here.

Nationwide search versus local search Local engine repair shops can be great for the local economy, but they’re not going to be great for YOUR economy. There are fewer repair shops to choose from, with less competition, meaning that they have less incentive to offer competitive prices. That’s where an Internet search tool comes in handy. You get a nationwide search and quotes from thousands of competitors, all of them anxious to outdo the other and win your business. This means you pay less for your repairs or used engines.

Choose an installer wisely Never pick the first installer you come across. While your attention and decision may eventually lead you back to that first choice, often roaming pays off. Never pick an installer that doesn’t offer a warranty on parts AND labor. Always make sure to check prior references of an installation service so that you know they have a solid body of work in the past that proves they know what they’re doing. You can select from using the car dealership, which is often better if you still have a warranty but very expensive if you don’t, or an independent garage that can fix your car and order your parts.

Step 1

COMPLETE THE FORM

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM

Submit your engine or transmission request to competing sellers

Step 2

RECEIVE OFFERS

THEN RECEIVE OFFERS

Sit back, relax and receive bids via email, phone or text message.

Step 3

MAKE YOUR PURCHASE

THEN RECEIVE OFFERS

Be happy to know you've just saved a bundle!