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93 ford probe 2.5 V6

Knock from the rear of the motor, does not smoke . When idle can not here a knock. When driving it wants to hesitate when pressing the trottle.

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I would not exactly disagree with the first two comments, but i would also check the torque converter bolts, or nuts to see if they were loose, (if its an automatic) which most probes with the v-6 came with an automatic... but its a real possibility of it being a rod knocking since it only knocks upon acceleration! good luck!

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I agree with Ronnie- I know cars pretty well and mis-diagnosed a noise as an exhaust system rattle.
30 miles later, my son dropped a rod cap and messed up a parking lot pretty well. Lousy Saturn . . .  

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You are about to lose your motor.its going to be a rod knocking when its all said and done

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