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VOLVO S-40 1,9TD 2002 year. Engine is knoking at first or second gear at 1500 rev/min while accelerating.

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Sounds like you have bought a pup,could be nothing more than a the hydraulic tappets or?? a lot worse and unless i hear the noise i wouldnt have a clue to be trueful,best advice is to add some STP to quieten it down and then trade it in quick

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