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Loud rattling noise coming from the engine

Some times there is a loud rattling noise from engine but comes and go so mechanics can get to identify the problem. 2005 1.9 tdi vw passat

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  • passatsyncro May 11, 2010

    can get to identify or can't? if you have a good techinian you can trust, let him/her take it home for the night of a longer test drive. the noise must be heard to get started on diagnosis.

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Are you losing power as well? if so it sounds like the camshaft is worn, this can be confirmed with a compression test

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