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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-04-2007, 07:53 PM Thread Starter
 
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was out cruseing 2day in bird... washed & hand waxed it, armor all'd interior & tires my motor started making a weird noise.. ever since i got car never heard any noises.. purred smoothly! but now under acceleration i hear a loud tap tap tap taping sound. when i let off gas a little it goes away.. wile crusing at constant speed its no noise but when i speed up theres the noise.. all power is there just tap tap tap noise.. im thinking its the rockers... my Girl friend said she heard a weird sound as i came down street said it was really loud... i didnt blow motor. it runs smoothly just tap taptap

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might have screwed up a rod, or popped one off from under a rocker

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