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Making a knocking noise

When the car is in park and you rev-up the engine no noise is present. when the car is in drive and you accelerate you can hear a knocking noise yet if you let of the gas paddle the noise stops and continues when you press the gas again.with the car at a dead stop, holding the brake down and slightly pressing the gas paddle you can hear the noise

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This is most likely either a piston noise or a connecting rod bearing knock

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