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1998 Hyundai Accent - Clunking noise on the left side of the engine - (sounds like a Diesel) - maybe a bearing ... water pump, A/C compressor, Alternator...??

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I got a new starter last year aug 25th...starter seems dead again....is this supposed to happen???? starter never seemed right as it always made noise when starting car...tech said noise would go away but it never did.

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