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Old 25 Jul 2010, 01:26 am
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Default Clicking sound from my engine

Last night when I was driving back from the movies it was raining really bad and the water on the streets was rising. My car (96 accord ex) has a cold air intake and while driving some water got into it and my car turned off. After waiting about 15 minutes and taking off the intake the car started up again, but there was a clicking sound coming from my engine. Someone told me today that some water got into the engine mixed with gasoline and bent the valve. Is that what happened here? Is it hard to fix it myself?
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