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Engine problem a few months ago my 94 honda civic esi engine broke down. all the belts came loose. the mechanic said there was a loose thread in the crankshaft. it was fixed. later on the engine ran with a drilling sound until it just stopped running. so now they replaced the crankshaft pulley but it still runs with a soft clicking sound. wut really is the problem?

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When the crank pulley came off it may have hit the other pulleys or the belts could have damage the timing cover. have your mechanic to check the clearance of all belts

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