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Got a 94 integra this kidd left the oil cap off now it has a real bad knocking i dont think its a rod cause i can turn the motor at the front with a socket what do you think it could be and is it worth it ?

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Being able to turn the engine just means that it is not seized up yet, but there can still be a spun rod bearing or crank bearing, and the engine will still turn over until it seizes up.

If the engine is full of engine oil and it is making a loud knocking sound, especially from the lower end of the engine (sounds like someone is swinging around a ball peen hammer inside of the engine), then it will most likely be needing a new engine very soon.

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