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BMW 316i 1992 100hp engine

Haj iam not mechanic so i dont know all terms , but on my 316i ,1992 ,100hp, when i start enginne it is noise like tsik-tsik all the time and when i acselerate it comes louder, and when i show my car to mechanic he say what its crankshaft or camshaft i dont know exactly , so my qestion is : what is beter for me (about time and price and qulity) to change that shaft (if i buy it new(&150 + work &100) or i buy full used engine? And can you say for me is it only 1,6 engine i can insert to my car or 1,8 or 2.0 ? what you think ?

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You have to be sure whether camshaft or crankshaft, but first let me ask this, when was last oil change & filter done?

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