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Oil light stays on and car has enough oil but there is a noise coming from engine when you start it and when you are driving

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This doesn't sound good. If the noise sounds like a knock, and it's more prononce under the car, your rod/rods are knocking. You might want start pricing some used engines and what it will cost to get it installed. then check book price on the car and see if it's worth the money to fix.
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