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Engine does not turn over

It makes a clicking sound when i try and start the engine. Something blowed and now there is a hole in my oilpan. what would be wrong missing pushrod? engine size v6 2.8L

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Not missng a push rod, sound more like what is called the connecting rod. This normally comes lose from either no oil, or someone has been running the engine past red line. The clicking noise is from the solinoid and it does this especially in cases like this when you have destroyed your motor. It sounds like you will have to have your motor replaced.

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