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My engine a while back seized out of nowhere. Not gonna lie most likely my fault as right before my turbo went out as well. Took to the dealer. They mentioned a bearing went out and not long after the engine lost power and ultimately seized. Was able to unseize but as you crank it manualy it tightens up in the same location of the turn. I'm getting close to saving enough to fix the car but unsure what to do. Rebuild? Replace for the same engine, swap for a different engine. Was wondering if it could fit a 3.8L. I have an automatic Know of any good place to find an engine online? Any guidance would be appreciated. Looking for any option that is faster and not too expensive to repair out of the necessary. Given how hard is it to find any info on the Geni anywhere other than here relying on yalls help. Don't know too much about fixing cars, given my situation, up until recent research but am in unfamiliar territory.
 
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