Install a completely remanufactured JASPER gas engine in your vehicle and get the best of both worlds. JASPER remanufactured gas engines are built to meet or exceed OEM specifications, and have a 3 year/100,000 mile nationwide, transferable parts and labor warranty. Remember, this is a completely remanufactured engine with all new wear parts, tight tolerances and run-tested reliability. Go to our online catalog to get a price on a gas engine to fit your vehicle. Our optional Premium Service Plan provides allowances for such items as towing, car rental, fluids and premium labor should a problem arise. Click here for details and limitations.
USED ENGINES, TRANSMISSIONS AND DIFFERENTIALS Used components are pulled directly from a vehicle – typically a junkyard vehicle – and generally not even so much as surface cleaned. There are no provisions for disassembly, internal cleaning or inspection with a used component. Used or junkyard components may have high mileage and a poor maintenance history – a failure waiting to happen. Many used or junkyard components come from a vehicle that was involved in an accident and may have unseen damage.
Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano finished 3rd and 4th, respectively, in the NASCAR Chase, giving both a JASPER 4-Speed Transmission and a Differential places in the Top-4 finishes of the Championship run. Congratulations to Kevin Harvick on winning the 2014 NASCAR Championship, as well as on a great racing season.
The engine cooling system affects your car’s overall dependability and engine longevity. Cooling systems have advanced over the years with new coolant formulations and new radiator designs and materials. If you suspect a problem with your cooling system, you should check it immediately.
What does it do? The key parts of the cooling system remove heat from the engine and automatic transmission and dissipate heat to the air outside. The water pump circulates coolant through the engine. The coolant absorbs heat and returns it to the radiator where heat is dissipated. The thermostat regulates the coolant temperature to keep it consistent for efficient engine operation.
Your car’s exhaust system has come a long way from the old days of exhaust pipes and mufflers. Today, the exhaust system is safety and emissions control rolled into one. Have your car’s exhaust system inspected regularly and check it immediately if you suspect any problems.
What does it do? The exhaust system routes dangerous exhaust gas from the engine out and away from the car to keep from affecting the occupants. Next, the exhaust system reduces exhaust noise from the engine. The catalytic converter reduces the level of harmful pollutants in the exhaust. The oxygen sensors mounted in the exhaust system monitor the level of oxygen in the exhaust gases to maintain efficient engine operation and to monitor the converter’s operation.