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so im driving down the road at about 50 mph and the gear shift gets hit and goes into reverse , i can get it running but there is a pretty loud squeak coming from the motor , any idea what it could be ? any help would be greatly appreciated

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What kind of belts does the engine have? Drive belt, timing belt??

If you could message me audio or video on here that'd be good.

Do you KNOW for sure its coming from the motor, or transmission?

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im not a 100% sure which belt it has and when its just sitting there idling its making the noise, i have not even tried to put it in gear so it sounds like its coming from the motor to me

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yes i can but it wont be until friday at the earliest , im tied up with work until then and thanks for responding

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It sounds like the timing could be off. Seems like it's not firing very strong. I'd contact Hisun about it.

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i could contact them but they will just want me to bring it to a dealer and im not about to pay a ton for something i can do so i will look for some more info on the timing and see where i can get from that , thanks for your time 

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Its a timing chain guys not a belt . 

Your engine is out of sync stop starting it you will bent a valve (its not a valve free clearence engine)

They have timing mark hole on the engine . Just go on youtube they have a tons of video that will explain you better than the shop manual how to replace the timing chain at the right place . Maybe when you do that you could check whit mr. Rpm for the stage 2 brp Cam upgrade the engine is entirely a brp engine built cheaper ( lot of odess ,cf moto and hisun owners replace this engine for the brp engine whit ecu

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