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I have a knocking noice coming from my engine and i dont no wot to do

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Knocking is not a good thing and you should have your car looked at,because it could be a something internal and could destroy your engine. So if the knocking is loud then dont not run your car untill you see whats going on. Good luck

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Ask a local mechanic to have a look for you ,cannot tell what a noise is from here

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