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How to Adjust Valve on a Small Block Chevy
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My 04 Ford F150 makes a soft ticking noise
My 04" Ford F150 has a soft ticking noise. It has a V8 5.4lt. I have taken
it to 4 different Ford Dealerships to ask why my truck ticks...it started
at 107,000miles and they all said its normal. I don't believe that...they
say its bc of large injectors. I have Googled different reasons like oil
pressure problems, injectors or spark plugs. All i know is, it only does it
when the engines warmed up and only at idle. At 124,000miles my truck died
when i was driving it. I took it in at ford dealership 30miles away. They
put a new Cam Phaser in on the driver side " but the ticking comes from the
passenger side,HMMM??" changed the VCT sensor and spent 5 days working on
the timing chain. Oh, they also said they had to update the
software....what software??....It still ticks!?!
How to adjust hydraulic lifters or valves with the engine running
Adjusting the hydraulic lifters on the boat with the engine running and
after the engine is warmed up. Some people might argue to go 1/8 or 1/2
turn more after chatter stops from tightening. Other people may argue that
this is a bad method of adjusting lifters, to each his own.
HOW TO use seafoam properly
this demonstration is explaining how to use seafoam properly thru the brake
Booster vacuum line. notice how this
motor is very poorly kept up on maintenence. notice the motor knocking
before the shut off. the only reason y Dave Martin let us seafoam this
truck was to see all the smoke pour outa his filthy disgusting dirty ass
Ford F150 Engine
Presentation of the 08 Ford F150 Engine. Test drive the 08 Ford F150
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2002 Jeep Liberty Limited Engine Noise
Engine started and run for 15 seconds at idle, increased RPM's to 2K for 15
seconds, back to idle for 15 seconds, back to 2K RPM for 15 seconds, return
to idle and stop. This noise started as a soft ticking sound near the top
of the engine and progressed to this loud tapping/knocking sound after less
than 100 miles on a fresh oil change. Research online indicates a possible
stuck valve or valve guide, fallen rocker arm or broken valve spring.
Engine is not misfiring and runs smoothly but very noisy. CEL is off.
Opinions from Jeep mechanics wanted. Thanks!
Valve Lash Adjustment Video - Engine Building Car Repair DVD
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Basic Engine Building DVD - Chapter 49: Valve Lash Adjustment
You should have done this previously in the "Pre-Assembly" section. This
time it's for real. You want to leave as much of the internal lubrication
in place as possible. If you follow the firing order of your motor, you'll
only have to turn the crankshaft one complete rotation. This section has
some of the more detailed 3D models to show you the internals of a working
BoxWrench.net is a community and resource designed for automotive
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This video is great for people interested in car repair, car care, and
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How To Find Suspension Noises 101 - EricTheCarGuy
How To Find Suspension Noises 101 - EricTheCarGuy
This is probably one of the most popular questions that I get so I'm happy
to bring you this one because I know it's going to save me some typing. I
may have missed a couple of things but I believe I've covered the basics on
this one so this video should give you more than enough to start with.
Click below and Stay Dirty
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Diagnosing Engine Belt Noise Video - Pep Boys
Here's a noisy Chrysler 300 with a locked-center tensioned accessory drive.
In order to determine if the noise is a chip or a squeal one method is to
spray the rib side with water. If the noise gets louder its technically a
squeal and therefore a tension issue rather than misalignment.
First disconnect the battery for safety sake. Since this is a locked-center
tension drive the adjustable idler pulley should be inspected first. Spin
it to check for lock-up, binding or a gravely sound. If it free-wheels the
grease is gone. Also check for free-rock. A little is ok but too much means
the pulley should be replaced.
Next inspect any remaining pulleys in the drive and replace if defective.
If all the pulleys check out or if defective ones have been replaced, the
next step is to put a new Dayco belt on the drive and tension it correctly.
The initial tension should be set according to the recommendations of Dayco
belt engineers. This six rib belt should be tensioned to 35 pounds per rib
or 210 pounds. Use a tension gauge designed for multi-rib belts to test the
tension. This first reading is 120 pounds. Continue tensioning and gauging
until the correct tension is reached. This belt is now tensioned to the
recommended tension of 210 pounds. Remember the number.
ALERT... Pep Boys warn... DO NOT SKIP THE NEXT STEP. It's usually skipped
which is the cause of most tensioning problems with serpentine belts on
Start the engine and run for three to five minutes. This will warm the belt
slightly and allow it to seat into the pulleys in the drive. After the
running re-check the tension. This belt now registers 150 pounds of tension
instead of the initial 210 pounds of tension. After the run-in, the belt
should be tensioned to 30 pounds per rib or 180 pounds. Now the belt is
correctly tensioned. With correct tensioning the belt can now perform as it
was designed to without slipping or belt squeal.
The same run-in and re-tensioning procedure should also be used on V-belt
drives. Consult Dayco's fact and data catalog for correct belt tensioning
belt data. The previous procedures were for lock-centered tension accessory
drives. If squeal occurs in a drive with an automatic tensioner, replacing
the tensioner should restore the tension and remedy the noise problem. An
accessory drive is a highly engineered precision system of which the
serpentine belt is only one element. When belt noise is the problem, the
solution may lie with any of the belts elements. Use the procedures to make
sure all the elements are functioning correctly. And don't always blame the
Dayco belts are available at your neighborhood Pep Boys Auto Store or find
out more online at http://www.PepBoys.com.
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