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I have a rattlle in the lower part of my engine at he front of it

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Lifters/tappets probably need adjustment.It most likely requires some engine teardown to get at it,maybe a little,since yours says lower,probably alot.With all the stuff jammed in there these days,it probably requires alot of labor hours.Call a couple shops to get an estimate,most will give a free estimate to attract business.Many places will give a ballpark figure pretty close,but with this one,if they are too worn for adjustment,you also have to take replacement parts into consideration.Also when you call,describe the loudness of it too.That's about all I can do is recommend the same way I would go about it.
Good luck! Greg

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