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Q: Engine making humming and bumping noise.

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Hello, depending on where the damage is on the car you may have broken or bent something on the outside of the motor. I would say the most common problems would be from a fan that is damaged or a pulley that the serpentine rides on. I would have a qualified technician, such as one from Your Mechanic, determine where the noise is coming from.

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