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Best thing to do is remove engine from vehicle. Getting an engine stand will also help to turn engine upside down and remove all components to get access to the crankshaft. Once you have all components removed, recommend you take the engine block to a machine shop, they can check it out for you and tell you if it's best to also replace or if they can fix.
Posted on Dec 18, 2016
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