You'd have to disassemble if you want a good answer, and even then, it may
Normally, when an engine throws a rod, the bearing on the rod in question
up. Usually, on lower mileage vehicles like the one in question,
due to improper maintenance such as failure to change the oil
failure to monitor oil level. On higher mileage engines, this
tends to occur
more frequently due to wear.
Since you report this car was purchased based on positive experience with
XG350, I'm presuming it was purchased used. In these cases, it's
difficult to tell how well the previous owner cared for the car.
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