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It has atapping noise in the motor it runs strong im botherd that it might blow the noise is in the bottom

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Stop the car.... you should not use it except to diagnose the problem (in my opinion).
First, is the tapping "regular" or does it change at higher RPM, any change while turning or braking?
It could be a lot of things, mostly safe things. Consider:
1. Motor mount collapsed, engine is resting on chassis making noise. Check motor mounts.
or exhaust pipe hitting something.
2. Could be something in the bell housing, striking the torque converter (harmless)
3. .....
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Could be a piston pin or the crank shaft excessive wear in the bearings. Valve train ???

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