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Noisy engine I have 1999 Ford Taurus. Very noisy on accelerating. I regulary use 91 Octane.

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Could be a timing problem or worse case scenario bad cam and lifters. But I would start with putting the car on the computer and
make sure all your sensores are working right first.

Posted on May 28, 2008

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