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Have a question about your engine or our services? Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions below and if you still need help, drop us a line.


Yes we do. The standard warranty on a fully reconditioned engine is 12 months or 20,000kms (whichever comes first). If you have any questions not answered on this page, or if you’d like further information please contact us on 09 818 5352 or info@ger.co.nz

Yes we can. We have a fully equipped workshop and the expertise to carry out this process for you if required. We can also arrange to have the vehicle picked up and then delivered back to you once the work is complete.

This will vary depending on the extent of the work that is required. For a standard 4 cylinder engine this will usually take between 3 to 5 working days depending on our workload. (This can be advised at the time of enquiry.) It is important to us, to get you back on the road as soon as possible, so if you have a specific timeframe in mind, please ensure you let us know.

The price will vary depending on the extent of the work that is required. In order for us to give you a realistic quote, we will need to find out the following information about your vehicle: make and model, year, petrol or diesel, auto or manual, engine number (e.g. Mitsubishi 4G63 DOHC), vehicle mileage and any issues or problems you are encountering. To obtain a quote or to speak with one of the team about your engine needs, please call us on 09 818 5352 or email info@ger.co.nz

There are some commonly seen signs that may indicate that your engine needs to be reconditioned. Some of the most common signs are: (Oil consumption and excessive white smoke coming out of the exhaust, especially when you first start your vehicle). This can be a sign that the piston rings are worn. Further signs can include: (tiny metal shavings in the engine oil) and knocking sounds coming from your engine. If you think your vehicle may be having these issues, it is advised that you get it checked out as soon as possible. If we can catch the problem quick enough it means less damage to the engine, less recondition work we need to perform and therefore a cheaper job for you.