6CT8.3 6D114 Diesel Used Engine Heads For Excavator PC300 - 7 3973493
|Item: Engine cylinder head|
|Engine Type: Diesel|
|valve: 12 valve|
|Cooling: Water Cooling|
|Number of Cylinders: 6|
How to Know If You Need a New Cylinder Head?
Every engine is due for repairs from time to time. Among the most important pieces of most engines is the cylinder head, which, if damaged, can prove increasingly perilous the longer it goes unrepaired. Here are some warning signs and symptoms which may be caused by cylinder head damage.
Cylinder heads are responsible for containing and directing the internal combustion of an engine’s cylinders, meaning if that ability is hindered, the engine’s efficiency and power may take a hit. This can be seen in lower gas mileage, sluggish acceleration, and difficulty getting up steep inclines.
The Verdict: This is most often among the first signs of a cracked cylinder head, and usually can be repaired if caught in its early stage.
Cracked Cylinder Head Repair Cost
The cost of a cracked cylinder head repair job will vary depending on the make and model of the vehicle that it’s in. You can be sure that it will cost at least $500, which includes labor and parts costs.
If you were to replace the entire cylinder head, it would only cost $200 to $300 on average for parts. With labor at about $90 to $100 per hour, this comes out to roughly $500 for the job. However, this is assuming the cylinder head is made of aluminum like they are in most cars these days.
If the cylinder heads are hard to access (as they are on Subarus, since they use a boxer engine layout), labor costs may be significantly higher.
If you have an older vehicle or more expensive vehicle, you probably have a cylinder head made of iron. Since iron is a more expensive material than aluminum, you might be looking at $500 just for the parts.
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