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Old 29 Oct 2008, 04:46 pm
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i knew somethin was up when my car would just die on me for no reason drivin down the road, but yesterday out of no were my car got really hot! so i went and put water in the ratiator, and went along my way well, that lasted about 10 mins and my car was hot again so i pulled over and turned the car off, then my engin was makin a noice like hail was hittin it, so i got out of the car and lefted the hood but i couldnt find out were it was comin from, so i waited about 20 mins and tryed to start my car again and it bearly turned one and it was makin a nioce iv never heard b4 so wat could this mean?!? my car also blows out white and black smoke!!
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Old 29 Oct 2008, 05:01 pm
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I would check your oil level....thats not a good sign if it doesnt turn....check the battery, but sounds like it got hot, not getting cooled properly, may have damaged the engine.
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Old 29 Oct 2008, 05:16 pm
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If your engine is knocking then you over heated it and most likely spun a bearing
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Old 29 Oct 2008, 05:31 pm
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Well the hail sound is comming from your reserve container for your coolant it's boiling hot thats the noise.Please watch your guage inside your car.When you add anti freeze you never open the radiator you add to the reserve only.When you add anti freeze it has to be 50/50 mix so half anti freeze half water.Honey it's the water pump going out .sorry.If you were in illinois i would bend over and fix itto to get you going and see a smile on your face.When your water pump does not work you have no cirulataion for the coolant.So it does not move and your burniong it up.Any other questions email me.Good luch honey.
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sounds like you blew the head gasket if you exhaust consists of white and black smoke.....check the water pump as well that could of failed causing your car to overheat in the first place. as of replacing the head gasket i suggest if your into working on your car yourself i can provide you a step by step how to. this way it will only cost you about 150 bucks to do it yourself instead of paying about a grand for someone else to do it
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