Question about 1995 Jeep Cherokee
Thank You for respond. It is very difficult to define from where sound come. Top or bottom. For shure, it is louder at right side of engine. The cranck and rod bearings are instaled new. Also, no problem with loosing oil presure. It is constant. I forgot to tell, the "diesel" sound it's lost over 2000 rpm. And also, intensity of "diesel" sound is the same for this 2 years.
The oil clearance for a rod bearing was probably not done correctly allowing excess slapping. Check by unplugging your sparkplugs one at a time to see if the noise goes away. If it does, then the corresponding rod bearing is probably the cause. Check utube for videos of rod bearing noises and see if yours sound like those. That's how I found out my rod bearing was bad.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
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