1998 GMC 1500 Pickup Q&A
1998 GMC 1500 Pickup Question: replacement cost
The cost of the repair is high. It's very variable in relation the the price of the mechanic, the locality, the problems actually encountered and the local prices of things in general. The engine is a significant part of the cost of the vehicle. Instead of rebuilding, consider buying a rebuilt long or short block (depending on your mechanics advice and the condition of the cylinder heads). Also consider getting a guaranteed used motor. I'd choose the guatranteed used motor if cost is a big factor. I sure wouldn't rebuild it, a technician cabable of doing it right comes at a much higher price than a guy who could install an assembled motor. - Superbob
I have a 98 GMC 1500 series pickup with a V-8 5.7 liter engine that has no compression. Trying to find out if it is cheaper to rebuild or buy a new engine or rebuilt one and what it would cost for ...
I was told that I need a new engine (long block) replaced, It was not in the choices under "services"
need to find out what kind of money it will cost to replace the motor. has no compression at all. Engine has everything new on it but wasn't rebuilt internally.
I've been told by my dealer I need a new brake module. His estimate to replace was $1300.00 Seeking other options? I cannot afford $1300.0 on a 8 year old truck. thanks