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1998.5 Dodge Ram 2500 24 V 4wd 5.9 standard tran club cab truck. 140,000 miles. Well taken care of. Upon driving, the engine started a loud pounding sound which accelerates when gaining speed. After checking injectors we found 1 which spit out oil and did not make the engine run bad, we have not checked the back 2 yet. Also the oil has no residue of any kind in it. The pounding is consistent.

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  • Connie Herbst
    Connie Herbst Jul 20, 2010

    Thank you

  • Connie Herbst
    Connie Herbst Jul 21, 2010

    This is a Diesel truck so the spark plugs aren't the problem.

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Double check all injectors as well as the spark plugs. Make sure they are all sealed and the proper brand plugs. I would probably want to grab an oil sample from the pan(wouldn't hurt to change the oil if it hasn't been done recently). Let me know what find in these items, but it strongly sounds like you may have a rod knock. If this is the case, engine replace or lower end rebuild is going to be required. Let me know.

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