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Old 02-20-2011, 10:29 AM   #6
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AKA: Mike
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: wethersfield, ct
Posts: 6
Vehicle: 2003 GAGT coupe
bizzaroman99 Gettin' there
Rather worrying update:

Had my uncle come by who knows engines inside and out, he's saying its not in the valve train, but instead deep in the engine. More than likely a connecting rod let go and the piston is just useless in there, which also probably ruined the cylinder.

He's saying the most cost-effective way to do this fix would to be just trying to replace the engine with a lower mileage one, or to just trade it in for a running car and bite the bullet.

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