Q: want to replace engine

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Have a new engine want to have installed need a quote

My car has 166321 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Unfortunately, YourMechanic does not offer engine replacement at the moment. I recommend calling your local shops to compare prices. You may need to find a dealer to work with since most local shops will not work on Land Rovers in my experience.

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