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There is a cluncking noise coming from the engine block? Any idea what that could be? It's like something is loose. Mechanic doesn't know either. Are there any common problems like this with a Suzuki Vitara 2005 model?

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Without hearing it it is so difficult to diagnose ,ask another mechanic ,could be a mounting loose

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