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Old 06-04-2019, 07:38 PM
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Engine knock?

Hey everyone,

As I've been waiting for the last 3 months for the dealer to get the warranty engine oil consumption parts to partially rebuild the engine, I think a knock has developed. (they keep telling me they have no estimate on parts, but 3 months is getting kind of much at this point...)

Oil has been topped up regularly, think I should take it back?

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Old 06-05-2019, 05:40 PM
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dealers are having to replace crank bearings also during the engine work and there's a backorder on that too. It could be a damaged cam from oil passages being clogged with carbon limiting oil flow causing knock.
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I think this is so funny yet sad at the same time, because I'm going through the same damn issue as you with Acura. No one bothers to call and I'm the one running after then for help. Finally called again today someone told me it's a 3month wait. So disappointed I'm thinking of getting rid of the car now.
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