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Old 11-27-2012, 10:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 2007 Reno. Its not like my last vehicle (RIP), but I do have to do the same things like a lot of research to unlock the potential of the vehicle.

I have 97,000 miles on it and started to smoke on me. Yes its the rings. I was wondering if anyone knew of a good engine to swap out with it. Not to expencive and will match up to the mounts.

If there is nothing like that, how does rebuilding 30 over sound and any idea what that would do for me.
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hi welcome to the forum. im curious, what makes you think its the rings? the only motors that will bolt in are either a daewoo motor, which is basically the same, or one of the motors from Europe, c20xe, c20let, z20let, x20xev, x20xer, z20leh. oh i thik the caviler motor might fit but i not really sure about that one. their might be a few others but im not sure at the moment.
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What makes me think its the rings is; I saw black smoke while pulling out, almost looked like a diesel pulling out. On hard excellaration and going up hill I see some sort of smoke like substance in the headlights behind me (no not water, dirt, or the vehicle being cold). No milk oil, oil in antifreeze, or missing antifreeze. The vehicle has 97,000 miles on it but its leak free. The only thing missing in this equation is the oil. I think I have an idea about the black smoke. A while back I had to punch the cat. Over 2/3 of the come 1/4in in depth was melted. I reacently had to replace the plugs and wires because my vehicle burnt up my pulse fire plugs. My vehicle burnt up irridum condencer plugs, wierd.
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Black smoke is usually excess fuel, oil smoke is usually bluish white, and if it's burning oil, you should see the oil level dropping over time - do a compression test if you want to verify the condition. of the engine.
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