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If timing chain has snapped and the engine is freewheeling, it might sound like a whirring noise to the untrained ear even though a mechanic would know the sound all to well to be a big ticket repair in a split second.
The more you crank over the engine in a case like that, the bigger the repair bill gets if you mangle the bent and broken valves inside cylinder head.
So I urge you to stop and read up more and do some head scratching before continue.
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