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Q: Cost of an engine swap.

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I want to buy a new engine for my truck. I am wondering how much it would cost to take out the old engine and replace it with the new one.

A: Replacing an engine does require some exten...

Replacing an engine does require some extensive work that can take some time. The cost will vary by shop as each shop has a different labor rate per hour. If you know what the labor rate of a shop is you can go with the average labor time of 8 hours to replace the engine in your truck to get close to the cost estimate.

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