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Oil light comes on and the engine begins to make a knocking sound

I have recently had my fuel pump replaced. I started driving it and within about 5 miles some smoke began coming out of the the tail pipe, the oil light came on, and the engine began to knock. After letting the car sit overnight i started it and it took about 3-5 minutes before it repeated this process.

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How much oil is left in the engine ?
the smoke was probaly oil burning,the knocking could be from low oil pressure,this could be very bad.check the oil and coolant levels and repost and let me know how they are.if any oil shows on the dipstick smell it and see if it smells burnt.

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