Question about Ford Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
It’s difficult to say because engines make a wide variety of noises.
Rattling, possibly a worn timing chain.
Misfiring, possibly incorrect valve timing or damaged head gasket.
Metallic scraping, possibly a lack of oil pressure causing bearing to run dry.
Knocking, possibly worn mains or big end bearings.
Loud exhaust noise, possibly a blown exhaust manifold gasket.
There are a wide variety of possible noises and therefore a wide variety of possible causes
Posted on Mar 01, 2019
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