SUBARU REBUILT ENGINE WARRANTY
- Our Subaru Rebuilt Engines are guaranteed to be in serviceable condition for 3 years, unlimited miles (1 year unlimited miles four Turbo Engines) from the date of delivery.
- Enginesus warranty covers all internal engine and transmission parts and excessive oil consumption (1 quart per 800 miles) for any reason other then the following.
- Overheating. We install a heat tab on the engine. The Heat Tab center melts at 250 degrees. If the heat tab center on your engine is melted, your engine overheated.
- Oil starvation due to neglect.
- Disassembly without written authorization from Enginesus
- Damage due to improper installation.
- Oil Leaks are not covered under this warranty. Replace all gaskets and seals where oil can leak prior to installation. If the leak is comimg from a seal that we installed, we will send you a new seal. We do not pay any labor.
- The warranty does not cover any labor charges, towing, car rental, or any other incidental charges.
- Enginesus warranty is limited to replacement or repair of defective engine. The warranty does not cover any labor charges whatsoever for any reason, towing, car rental, or any other incidental charges. The customer is responsible for shipping charge of defective unit back to Enginesus. We pay shipping of replacement engine.
- Requirements for installing your engine. Failure to do so will void the warranty. In the event of a warranty claim, Enginesus may ask you for a receipts for the parts you purchased to fulfill our warranty requirements listed in sections 5/1, 5/2, and 5/3. So save your receipts.
- Your radiator must be rodded out by a radiator shop, or replaced with a new one. Also replace your water pump, thermostat and temperature sensor. Replace hoses as necessary. 90 % of engine failure is caused by overheating. Our engines are equipped with “heat tabs”. If a heat tab is melted or removed, the warranty is void.
- Replace the timing belt, tensioner, crankshaft seals, oil filter, gaskets, water and oil sending units and tune up parts.
- Engine must be properly timed and be sure you have no vacuum leaks! Failure to do this could result in preignition, detonation, or a lean mixture. Any of which could result in engine damage.
- When the engine is delivered, check the unit for shipping damage and missing items while the truck driver is still there. When you sign for the engine, you are saying the the freight was recieved in good condition. It’s very difficult to file a successful damage claim with a trucking company after you have signed for the freight. Enginesus is not
responsible for shipping damage.