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turbo2zzge
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Feb 5, 7:59pm - #98502 
how much is a new GTS engine

how much is a new gts engine. the engine i have rite now is making a knocking noise when ever it is on. does anyone know whats creating the noise? please help. thanks

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Feb 5, 8:02pm - #98503 
Not enough wrong with it to buy a whole new engine. Could be the plugs, the Intake, the gas you use...


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Feb 5, 8:07pm - #98504 
try putting the highest octance gas in thumbsup

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Feb 5, 8:15pm - #98505 
dude a new engine is way expensive. you got to buy it ship it. plus all the labor if your having a shop do the work. so if i were you i would check my belts, all of my liquids, and as others have said it could be the gas. if that doesn't work you might want to see a tech and have them check her up for ya. i just want to kno if you bought the car lie this or if you just started hearing it one day?


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Feb 5, 10:16pm - #98506 
Check your valve clearances/ you may have to replace the shems and cam chain. Buying engine shoudnt even be an option this early in diagnosis.

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Feb 5, 10:47pm - #98507 
Yea, they're quite expense. I recommend checking all possibilities before purchasing a new engine. I'm not too sure what it could be confused

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Feb 5, 11:14pm - #98508 
Use a addictive or fluid that cleans out your engine...STP is one brand.

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Feb 7, 2:09pm - #98509 
also, when i rev a little bit. the knocking noise excelerates. i hope its not a big problem. i bought the car lke this thinking i could fix it for less than a thousand.

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Feb 7, 4:59pm - #98510 
check all your options out brfore buying a new engine. did you every get the car checked out by a tech before buying it or you just bought it w/ out checking it.


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Feb 7, 6:05pm - #98511 
Keep in mind, you may just be hearing the valves, on the 2zz, there's a lot of valve niose. So long as it's like a "tick-tick-tick" and not a "KNOCK-KNOCK-KNOCK", you should be fine, if it's serious knocking accompanied with power loss, something is messed up.

Also, the 2zz will occasionally knock under hard acceleration when lift kicks in, this is normal under load, since the internal ajustments in the valves/cam changeover will occasionally cause a light knock, but if it persists, and is accompanied by power loss, you should tow it to a shop right away, Once my engine started knocking bad, it turned out it spun a rod bearing, so long as you take it in, the motor should be salvageable, if the knock becomes a metalic clanking, like in my case, it's too late.

If you are that concerned, take it to the shop, and get it checked out.


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Feb 7, 6:13pm - #98512 
isnt your car still under waranty??? if it is then just take it to the dealership, and have them fix whatever it is


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Feb 7, 8:59pm - #98513 
i think the motor is making a really loud knocking and power loss. what is the worst case scenario and what would ihave to do in those situations. how much would a new vvtli head cost to rebuild

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Feb 9, 11:14am - #98514 
yeah go to ur dealer or get it check that sucks man

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