Question about 1992 Plymouth Voyager
After seats were ground, an auto repair shop said one valve is staying open due to the stem length since the the valves are now recessed.
Ask them grind some off the stem if they can.Many valves stems are hollow and filled with sodium to aid in cooling so the amount amount they can remove is limited,but they may be able to take some off to correct the problem. I would consider this a warranty situation regardless of what fix it requires.There are tolerances that must be adhered to when doing machine work and this is the result of not keeping within these tolerances.They should have used a new valve as it would have been thicker at the valve face.Whatever you do don't drive the car. You will burn the valve.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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