Date: Thu Feb 27 2003 - 06:17:23 PST
I suggest that you make sure that the engine you are putting in is actually a good engine. Quite often they put the bad engine back in the can. Buying an engine that is "still" in the can does not guarantee that it is good. Does it look fresh? Does it appear as though it has been installed before? I am sure you would hate to get that engine installed only to find out that there was something wrong with it, too.
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