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I have a 92 chevy silverado for two days it has been making a poping sound coming from the engine that increases in repitition when rpms are raised . today it made a horrificly loud grinding noise , and when i turned it off it sounded like a slow sliding noise like pistons against the wall , but i have full oil , put in a ppint extra and noise stopped momentarily but could still hear sliding when i turned engine off . Is this due to a faulyty oil pump ?

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  • cookdavid82 May 11, 2010

    is the sound comeing from the upper or lower part of the engine or from the tranny . find out exactly what part of the engine the noise is coming from and i can give u the right answer.right now it can be many things so lets narrow it alittle.

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Call the scrapyard,92 its 16yrs old and cost of repair is greater than value of car

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