Jasper's Remanufactured Toyota 3MZ-FE 3.3L Engine - Engine Builder Magazine

Jasper’s Remanufactured Toyota 3MZ-FE 3.3L Engine

Jasper Toyota3MZJasper Engines & Transmissions, a leader in remanufactured products, has announced the availability of its remanufactured Toyota 3MZ-FE 3.3L engine. This DOHC V6 engine is available on exchange for the following 2004-2010 vehicles:

·      Toyota Camry, Avalon, Solara, Sienna, Highlander

·      Lexus ES330, RX330

This remanufactured JASPER engine offers several advantages:

  • JASPER-designed pistons are engineered with larger oil return holes that assist with oil drain back and prevent oil rings from sticking.
  • Pistons include a graphite coating to help prevent dry startup and piston scuffing
  • Valve covers are supplied and a NEW PCV valve is installed to allow proper ventilation
  • UPDATED ring pack with plasma moly rings provides higher durability to help reduce cylinder wear and provides three times more oil drain back for better oil control
  • 100% installation of NEW nitrided engine valves that are more heat resistant and reduce the chance of valve guide wear
  • Multi-layer steel (MLS) head gaskets are installed to reduce head gasket failure
  • 100% new head bolts ensure an even clamp load
  • 100% installation of NEW water pump
  • 100% tested camshaft actuators to verify proper performance
  • Live-Run Testing provides peace of mind and assures reliability

The JASPER remanufactured 3MZ-FE engine is covered by JASPER’s 3-Year/100,000 mile nationwide transferable parts and labor warranty. Full warranty disclosure is available on our website or upon request.

For more information, call 800-827-7455 or visit www.jasperengines.com.

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