2009 VW Tiguan needs an engine at 95,000

Asked by Mischamoo1 Jul 09, 2018 at 01:11 PM about the 2009 Volkswagen Tiguan SE AWD 4Motion

Question type: General

My 2009 Tiguan needs an engine at 95,000 miles do I scrap it or repair it. I still
owe $8,000 on the loan

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Swap it out for a re-manufactured engine, at least something with a limited warranty (assuming the body and other components are still decent). BTW, how was it determined it needs a new engine? Something like a blown head gasket can be repaired. If it threw a rod then use the engine as a core deposit on the reman one.

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