Toyota V6 Engine 3.0L 3vze, 3vz v6 Long Block 1988-1995
3-5 year/unlimited mileage parts warranty covered nationwide.
1988 - 1995 Toyota pickups, Toyota 4 Runners with a 3vze, 3vz 3.0 v6. engine.
This is a factory built assembly line unit with
This 3vze, 3vz Toyota V6 Engine comes in long block form. This 3zve, 3vz Toyota V6 engine will carry a factory backed 3 year/unlimited mileage parts warranty covered nationwide. Yes, 3 years! This engine is sold exchange, a REFUNDABLE CORE DEPOSIT of $300.00 will be added to the final sale price. Your core must be tunable for core credit. Core is the crank, block, heads, and any part of. Pay the return shipping and will refund your core deposit on return of your old 3vze, 3vz Engine. Buyer pays flat $200.00 for shipping to a store front. (SHIPPING TO MOST OF THE USA) ADD $75.00 IF SHIPPED TO A HOUSE! Once you have installed your new engine, just put your old engine back in the shipping container, pay the shipping back and we send a truck to pick it up and your core deposit is refunded back to you on return arrival of your good core. This is the same engine we supply Toyota dealers and professional installers nationwide. Thanks,
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Posted by Harold Garcia on 12th Nov 2014
I am unable to rate the product as I ordered it on Oct 27 and received it Nov 6 and it went for install on Nov 10. Ordering was easy as the office personnel were helpful and knowledgeable and ordering was done in a matter of minutes.
Posted by Thomas on 1st Oct 2014
Engine is installed and operating beautifully , date of first use Sept 24 2014, with a odometer of 297253.
need to find out what I need to do to return this used engine to you and get my core charge back. Please send info
when I first opened the package I could not find the knock sensor wire , I later found this after you had sent a replacement , I will be returning this to you, you did not charge me for it so I dont need a refund on it. please instruct me on how you want that returned as well.
Do you have any recommendation on when I should have the valves adjusted?
Posted by Unknown on 20th May 2014
This is my first attempt at a full engine rebuild, so I wasn't exactly sure of everything. My son and I made a couple of calls to the APR/Engine Monster folks got our questions answered and were pretty confident that we had the right engine and planned all the necessary other parts, etc. The product came just as expected with even more gaskets/seals than I expected (great!). The rebuild went just fine with the usual hiccups unrelated to the long block (we had no issues there). We have put over 1,000 miles on the truck with the new engine and have followed APR's lubrication guidance (that Rotella 15W-40 is sludge!) and everything is holding up like a champ, mpg is improving as we drive it more and it runs very good! The only complaint was that it took almost 3 weeks for the engine to ship after our order when they originally forecast shipping in 3-5 business days. Sounds like the back office could use a better forecasting model for their backlog. All communications other than the shipping delay (I understand they rebuild upon order) were excellent.