The engine locked should i fix it is it worth it it on had 65,000 miles

Asked by Jun 26, 2017 at 12:59 AM about the 2005 Suzuki Reno 4 Dr EX Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a Suzuki Reno 04 with 65,000 on OT but the
engine locked somehow was running good then
one day out of no where it wouldn't start they say
the engine locked should I get it fixed

8 Answers


I would part it out.

What do you mean like sell it for parts?

Is it not worth it to fix it sorry I really don't know much about cars that's why


Sell it for parts or for someone else to fix is my opinion.

Is it worth fixing it getting a new engine


Sell it for parts or for someone else to fix is my opinion. You have to make the call. Installing a used engine would probably cost around $2,000 +

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It has 2 things going against it , it is a Suzuki with a bad engine and it's a 2005. Get rid of it.

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