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I first thought it was an exhaust leak but i cant find a leak, my wife's car she said she can hardly hear it but when my brother got in the car he said it sounded like a rod, my wife drives 100 miles a day round trip we need to get it fixed, i am disabled but i can still work on a car and consider myself a good back yard maniac, can anyone help me diagnose this thing we have little money. thank you brad in az.
Best way to check that is to remove sump and do a physical checkk
Posted on Dec 12, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The noise might be oil on the timing belt. The oil leak might be from the oil pump gasket. The oil pump is ran by the timing belt and the leak would saturate the timing belt. Inspect the belt
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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