2007 Ford Focus will not go over a certain speed and makes noise

Asked by Jan 25, 2017 at 02:56 AM about the 2007 Ford Fusion SE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I got into an accident and at the time my
car was able to drive. After a month and a
half of the person at fault refusing to
answer their insurances calls or attempts
of a statement, I was forced to use my
insurance because my car started and was
making a Terrible rattling sound, vibrating
the car. The car would not go over 45 miles
per hour or so. ONLY after the accident
dos my car have a "clicking" noise that
because progressively noticeable. Now I'm
told it wasn't because of the wreck (which I
find hard to believe) and was told I need a
new motor. Can there be ANY other reason
for these "symptoms" to be occurring?

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Hard for us to say. Could be the pulley's, something bent, or loose , engine damage, etc, making the rattling noise. I would get a second opinion from another garage. Lett hem inspect the engine and see if they recommend the same thing Might be an easier fix than replacing the whole engine at your cost.

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