Question about Car Equalizers & Crossovers
It depends on the knocking sound its self, but it could be a wrist pin instead of a spun bearing
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
It can be a spun bearing or the rod itself gets wore out and stretches into an egg shape this will also cause a knock but usually when a bearing spins it will make the engine hard to crank over. then as it wears out the knock will develope, or it will just suddenly appear and the blow apart.
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
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