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Depending on what kind of noise,very possible it is timing chain

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Have a chatter in engine not rods or maines


hot or cold engine or both, is not stated and very very important.
1.6L is a G16B 16valve engine.
  1. find a a mech that can do this.
  2. did you drop all belts first? run cold cold for 2 min, gone now?
  3. use stethoscope to the front timing belt cover, is this it?
  4. forget the 60k mile new timing belt , BINGO.?
  5. Forget the 60k valve last check and the stethoscope shows, noise on top valve cover. harbor freight sells it for $5
  6. is oil pressure at spec, using a real gauge?
  7. is the front crank pulley bolt (17mm head) at 94/100 ft/lbs,. BINGO?
  8. is the exhaust collector donut gasket bad? (common) sounds just like bad rods too. so while making noise , use a lever and bend the header pipe,(below collector at CAT, lever it, does noise stop.?? BINGO !
  9. is the intake pipe on top of engine, not with huge bolts hold it to the exh top rear header tight, many are loose. fix that now.
  10. once you prove all this is good, then bad engine.? by process of elimiation. works.

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Loud chatter on start and rattle from timing chain area


The timing chain area also takes in the alternator and water pump. To isolate the source of the noise, use the old mechanics trick.

Place a 3 foot 1/4 inch brass rod against the flap at the opening of your ear and push until it closes. Place the other end of the rod against various engine components and listen. The noisy problem will conduct the noise up the rod to your ear and you can hear quite precisely where the problem is. Much safer than laying your ear all over a running engine.

You can also loosen the fan belt and run the engine without alternator or water pump (briefly) to see how that affects the problem. Chatter on start makes me think of starter and Bendix gear problems. Sounds like a 2 person diagnostic team to me; one to start the car and one to listen and probe.

Don't know if Subaru Forrester has an engine that has valve interference at piston Top Dead Center. If it is and the timing chain breaks, you are looking at major $$ to recover.

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Sounds like a worn/bad/damage transmisison or engine mount. These hold the engine and trans in place and usually have a rubber part that can wear out.

Either a trans shop or regular mechanic will need to diagnose.

I don't know the cost.

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