Nissan Navara Engine YD25 2001-2006

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West Midlands, United Kingdom
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Each day we have collections from Business Post, TNT couriers, Pallet systems and in most cases can offer an urgent next working day delivery service for UK
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Availiable on a next working day delivery service


Nissan navara YD25 Engine 2001-2006


UK Parts is an approved member of federations of engine remanufacturers. At UK parts, we make sure that all the reconditioning process is carried out to industry standards and to the original Manufacturer's specifications.

Crankshaft: All crankshafts are reground, crack tested and polished to the required dimensions and finish. 


Cylinder Blocks: Every cylinder block is either rebored or resleeved. It is then meticulously honed to give the precise cross hatch and surface finish required.Cylinder Heads: Cylinder Heads are thoroughly checked for cracks. After measuring for wear, valve guides are either resized or renewed.

Valve Seats are then machined to the required specifications. Valves are inspected for any damage or wear and are machined or replaced as required. All cylinder heads are replaced to the correct surface finish, as specified by the gasket manufacturer.Components: All our engines are fitted with new components; pistons, piston rings, main and big end bearings, small end bushes, timing chains or belts, valves and guides, gaskets, oil seals and core plugs.We only use quality parts at all times and are stockists of all major reconditioning supplies. 

Technical Help line: If you choose to become one of supply customers and not use our fitting service,should your engine fitter's knowledge not be as specialist as ours, our fully trained technicians would be available on 0845 851 0971 to provide free technical advice to your mechanic Mon to Sat 9:30am to 12:30pm. This free service is only available to our customers.


Exchange basis: All our deals are based on an exchange basis and as we supply bare units and it does not include any "ancillary parts", You Mechanic has got 7-10 working days to swap the ancillarries over from your existing engine to the replacement unit before we collect the old unit. 


Your New Engine Number: Once we recieve your exchange unit, we will provide you with an official document which contains your New Engine Number. Then you will need to send this document to D.V.L.A. in order to change your engine number in your logbook.


Warranty:UK-PARTS delivers the highest quality engines available. If warranty ever becomes an issue, we have the best hassle-free warranty in the industry. All our reconditioned engines have a written 6 month unlimited parts  Warranty. You can extend your warranty period at an additional cost. 


Supply and Fitting Service 
. Vehicle collection Service: We send our recovery trucks to all around the UK to pick up our customer's cars and most of the times we can offer a next working day collection service throughout the whole of Britain.
Engine Failure Analysis: Should you choose to become one of our supply and fitting service customers, once we recieve your vehicle your engine would be removed and will be send to our expert team to be strippd down to find out the reasons of your engine failure you can request a full written expert report on issues related to the reasons of your old engine failure.


Engine Basic care Training: We also provide a Basic engine care training for the replaced unit to all our supply and fitting customers on their collection day.


Warranty: All our reconditioned engines have a written 12 month unlimited mileage Parts and labour Warranty (on Supply and fitting deals only). If anything goes wrong, within your warranty period, we would go as far as fitting another reconditioned engine into your vehicle absolutely free of charge.


Your New Engine Number: Once we change your engine and re-install another unit into your vehicle, we will provide you with an official document which contains your New Engine Number. Then you will need to send this document to D.V.L.A. in order to change your engine number in your logbook.