Remanufactured Ford 4.6L V8 For The 2000 Mustang

Are you looking for a replacement engine for your 2000 Ford Mustang? Look no further than this remanufactured Ford 4.6L V8 GT SOHC engine*! This engine is one of our most popular products, and for good reason. You couldn’t get more value for your money elsewhere.

Alaina explains why a remanufactured Powertrain Products Ford 4.6L V8 engine is the best option for your 2000 Mustang (*Note that this engine is only for 2000 Mustangs with an 8-bolt crank and PI (power improved) heads.):

First, let’s talk about why it’s a good idea to get a remanufactured engine.

Why Should I Get A Remanufactured Engine Instead Of A Rebuilt Or Used One?

When looking for a replacement engine, you have several options:

  • Remanufactured engine
  • Rebuilt engine
  • Used engine

Out of all the options, remanufactured engines offer the most value. First, let’s talk about the difference between each type of engine:

  • Remanufactured engines are remanufactured. That means they’re taken apart and rebuilt with new parts that are more durable and reliable than the old parts.
  • Rebuilt engines are taken apart and rebuilt with stock replacement parts. Rebuilt engines aren’t changed or beefed up in any way.
  • Used engines are not taken apart. Rather, they’re normally sold “as is”. At best, they come with minor repairs (such as a replaced gasket).

Remanufactured engines have the best chance of lasting the longest. It’s because they’re taken apart, inspected, and any known factory faults are corrected. A reputable company (like us) will also beef up the remanufactured engine to ensure:

  • Longevity
  • Reliability
  • Great performance

As long as you break in your remanufactured engine the right way, your new engine should last a long time.

Now, let’s talk about why Powertrain Products is a great brand for remanufactured engines.

1. We Correct All Known Factory Faults With High Quality Parts

We take the time to thoroughly inspect every core engine we get. We also correct all known factory faults and replace many components with better parts. In the case of the Ford 4.6L V8 engine for 2000 Mustangs:

  • We upgrade the timing guide. The timing guide in these engines is normally plastic. We replace these timing guides with ones that are made of a more durable reinforced composite material.
  • We upgrade the pistons with hyper-eutectic graphite-coated units.
  • We replace all the seals and gaskets within the engine.
  • We upgrade the oil pump with a higher-volume part .

If you buy a remanufactured Ford 4.6L V8 engine from us, you’re getting a high quality, beefed up engine that will last a long time.

2. We Sim Test All Our Engines

After we finish remanufacturing our engines, we sim test them. Sim testing stands for simulation testing. This ensures that the remanufactured engine meets our high standards. When we sim test an engine, we use a machine to spin the engine at about 750 RPMs. This allow us to:

  • Test for compression
  • Test for oil pressure
  • Listen for any unusual noises
  • Pump up the engine lifters – this eliminates any startup tapping

Sim testing an engine gives us a great baseline, too.

3. You Will Get A Lot Of Value For Your Money With One Of Our Engines

You will not only find great value in a quality remanufactured engine. You will also find even more value with our remanufactured engines:

  • All our engines come with the best warranty in the industry
    • The warranty is good for 3-7 years and 1 million miles
  • When you buy from us, service begins with your order
    • Our staff has more than 75 years of in-house experience
    • We will answer your questions and guide you through the installation process if needed
  • We offer core pickups
    • If you have a core engine, you can send it to us and you’ll get even more value out of your replacement engine

Interested In A Remanufactured Powertrain Products Ford 4.6L V8?

Check out the engine here! If you have any questions about pricing or availability, feel free to give us a call.

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