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Old 02-08-2009, 05:59 PM
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Default new engine or get it fixed???

damn its been a long time since i posted,maybe like a year...anyways my honda has been sitting in my garage for about 6 months and ive been driving a 84 chevy pickup soooo i think i need to get something going.Now the problem that i was having when i last drove it is that somehow it was every once in awhile it was flooding itself and it was already smoking.Me and my dad replaced the headgasket about 2 months before that and i dont know if we fixed everything but whatever.So im trying to decide if i should go after a new engine or just have the one fixed i have now.It was going through about 2 quarts of oil about every 2 days and there was a small knock......just trying to figure out what i should do.
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