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It sounds like i have a rod knock but if i jack up the transmission the sound goes away what could be the problem? and what could i do to fix it?

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If it sounds like a rod knock it probably is. jacking the transmission is probably putting more oil under the rod. supressing the sound. The fix is a remanned crank and bearings, that is if one of the bearings hasn't spun on you. Cost if you do the work is around $300.00
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