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When I bought this car, it had been sitting for at least a few months, not being driven. After a month of fairly heavy driving, it started to knock badly and stall randomly. I checked the oil and it was pretty much out. I stopped driving it immediately. I refilled the oil, but it still knocks, so I don't drive it at all. I'm sure you can't say anything without checking out the car, but do you think it is worth trying to save this car if I can't afford a new engine? Can engine knock usually be resolved without replacing the whole engine?
My car has 200000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.
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