Your Remanufactured Engine Connection since 1999
Excellent customer service motor runs excellent. I would buy a motor from them any day. Great experience Thank you.
Wow. Great engine. Very complete engine that is extremely well thought out and well built.
Owners of vehicles equipped with the Ford 5.4L triton engine from 2004-2014 report hearing a ticking noise from the engine accompanied by a loss of power and often a "check engine" light. Research has revealed that the cause of these issues is usually attributed to a failure of the cam phasers and timing chain tensioners due to excessive oil clearance in the cam journals. Unfortunately, due to misinformation on the internet, many owners have replaced their cam phasers and timing chain sets, only to have the problem re-occur. The actual cause of the problem is that the inability to maintain a protective film of oil for the camshaft causes the camshaft to start seizing in the cylinder head. This, in turn, greatly increases the load on the components driving the camshaft, namely the cam gears/phasers and timing chains and guides. In addition to being fully remanufactured by the OEM remanufacturer, our Ford 5.4L 3V engines are re-engineered to eliminate the actual cause of the problems. To correct the oil clearance issues, the cam journals are align bored and a custom-made cam bearing is installed. Then, the cam journals are machined down both to give a fresh wear surface and to acheive the proper clearance with the cam bearings. In addition, our Ford 5.4 engines are built with a high volume oil pump to insure an adequate supply of oil pressure to the heads. Our engines are built with all new valves and timing components plus updated graphite coated hypereutectic pistons. On versions with new cam phasers, the phasers are the new design OEM Ford units. Our engines come complete with the oil pan, timing cover, valve covers, platinum spark plugs and VVT solenoids. We also include the remaining installation gaskets and exhaust stud kit. Two way shipping is included in the lower 48 United States.