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Old 04-19-2011, 04:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 04 SUZUKI VERONA (ENGINE FAILED) no oil..help me please

my first car. engine died due to no oil. the car soon wouldnt run i had it towed to a shop. i already feel horrible and its been tough on me trying to get past this. so i have a question....i took my engine in to be rebuilt there even getting a new short block shipped in. its all very expensive. my question is with a rebuilt engine put in my car. will it fix the problem or are there other things that may have to be fixed unrelated to the engine for engine failure do to no oil????? please every oppinion is appreciated


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Old 04-19-2011, 07:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
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It's amazing what proper punctuation can do for the general "readability" of a post - and let's face it, the easier it is to understand the question, the more likely you are to get an answer.

An engine failure due to a lack of lubrication (that's the primary purpose of the oil) will usually be corrected by replacing the engine, however, if there were other problems that led to the loss of the oil, then those will need to be looked at.

I'm not really familiar with the Verona, but I don't see any external oil plumbing - lines, hoses, coolers, etc. - so a rebuilt engine will probably take care of it.
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I agree with fordem.. You should be okay after they install the new shortblock with your components on it.
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I have a 2005 and needed a motor after getting a 2006 motor/trans with 10k miles shipped for $1800 form car-part.com. Just type in your vehicle and everyone who has the part will be listed. When my mechanic removed the 2005 engine he said It failed due to no oil so It seems the oil pump is the culprit. Another note is that the transmission is German made FYI...
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From what some Suzuki techs have mentioned here, the PVC valve pulled in oil from the cam/valve area, from worn rocker arm shaft bushings (I found two failed rocker arms in my engine). The worn bushing released a huge flow of oil, up there, and the engine inhaled it. I have found oil puddled in the intake manifold as evidence to this. The oil pump is a large volume pump, and looks well designed & built, but it is chain driven, which might become a problem on high mile engines. I wish you could determine if the pump did fail in the old engine, but I think the engine oil starved because of adverse oil consumption. Check your oil levels more frequently.
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