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Bad nock but still has lots of power

Bad nock but still has lots of power

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If it has a true knock it could be a spun bearing or piston wrist-pin,this being the case you'll need to get in to the motor. One way to locate the issue, as to what cylinder, is to run the engine at idle in park with E-brake on; remove and replace one at a time the spark plug boots. If you find by removing one boot from a plug and the knock sound drops out this could most likely be the cylinder at issue. I hope this may have helped,
Tom

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