The 9:8:1 ratio 4-cylinder blocks that were are now able to sell consumers have passed our quality control process to eliminate the potential for problems at the point of installation
Oklahoma City, OK (PRWEB) July 28, 2015
Newer Ford motor vehicles are now being produced with a technology known as Ti-VCT to improve engine performance. The Preowned Engines company is now helping the public to find and order used Ford 2.0L engines in MPFI versions through its upgraded company inventory now at http://preownedengines.com/ford-2-0l-i4-16v-mpfi-dohc.
The units that are now in stock and made available nationally are 16-valve editions. The last year of production for the Duratec 20 block at Ford was the year 2011, and consumers can experience issues when trying to find suppliers that have the 2.0-liter MPFI series for sale. The preowned inventory currently being supplied on the POE website is the DOHC editions.
"The 9:8:1 ratio 4-cylinder blocks that were are now able to sell consumers have passed our quality control process to eliminate the potential for problems at the point of installation," said one seller at the PreownedEngines.com company.
The used chain-driven motors that are available to buy from the Ford inventory at the POE website are included in the expanded warranty plans that were enacted last month. Full support for protecting the OEM parts in the multi-port fuel injection 2.0-liter motors is now provided with each policy at no cost.
"We are able to offer a better price and a solid warranty plan along with our acquired I4 blocks this year," said the seller.
To improve the speed of ordering the listed inventory in stock at the PreownedEngines.com website, several new employees have been added to the support department. Callers can now receive faster support and a walk-through of the ordering process by calling 1-866-320-1065.
The PreownedEngines.com company is one leading supporter of sales and service for second hand market automobile parts and other accessories in the U.S. The company started its operations in 2013 on the web and has remained a viable competitor in the industry. The PreownedEngines.com company has removed part number research from its company database, and replaced it with a search by model year system this year.