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Discussion in 'General Explorations!!' started by GaSouthern1, October 3, 2002.

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    1. GaSouthern1

      GaSouthern1 Elite LS2 -

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      I am gettin a metallic clicking noise when i am accelerating at any rate. It was quiet at first, now i can hear it with the windows up when the car is still cold. It is always there, just not audible with the windows up all the time. I am thinking it is something internal in the engine. I have a 99 SOHC motor with about 60K on it, first engine blew at about 38K. Yall know what this noise could be???
       
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      Timing chain?? There's a silent recall on it.
       
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      that is what i figured, damn timing chain
       

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