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    Default Knocking sound from Head Assembly... Honda Civic 2002

    my civic 2002 engine gives a knocking sound specificly at around 2000 RPM....
    whn i got it checked Mechanics told me it from lower side of the head assmebly some kind of shaft....
    1 guy suggested me to repair or change the shaft costing est. 15000/
    another guy suggested me to change the Head assembly completlly cost est. 35000/
    PLZ SUGGEST ME THE REAL SOLUTION.... its my first car and i dont know much about cars mechaniclly..

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    Dirty fuel injectors could be the source of this problem,if knocking is observed only on petrol.
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    @Faizan920 you are probably mentioning the crankshaft sound... sound from the bottom of the engine... knocking is generally referred to the sound of early ignition timing specially heard on petrol at acceleration.

    Please clarify, to get relevant answers.

    If its the crankshaft sound, its probably the worn out bearings. Usually happens in overheated engines or oil lubrication problems.

    Knocking can be due to bad ignition timing, improper fuel injection, etc

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    it is from crank shaft....
    few days back my engine got overheat due to some negligence ,,, and ''Jane'' burst
    car is on petrol only

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    bro if its from crank shaft then dont go for repair .........new head assembly is the best option for that

    ...........one thing more if knocking is not more mean bearable then run it more few thousands km .when sound became louder then change the assembly.

    or han is engin main thic oil dalwa ker daikho.i think sound kam ho jay gi
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    i last time changed oil Kixx golden , shopkeepr suggested me that, after just 400km... its like used 8000km...
    can u suggest me any good engine oil....

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