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Old 10 May 2010, 10:16 am
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Default My 97 Acura Integra engine got louder when my friend installed my water pump. what can that be?

I notice when he was adjusting/aligning and putting back the timing belt. i heard something pop like something inside the my car engine broke. Now my engine sounds like there's broken peaces inside.















help please, because it's really loud and annoying every time i start my car..........
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Old 10 May 2010, 10:31 am
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it seems like it could be a crankshaft bearing ruined. If the noise goes away or gradually starts get quieter after the engine warms up then i would say you have a bad bearing buddy.
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