Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
What caused this problem? how much is going to cost me?
Glad to hear it got more quiet, the Seafoam product has a very good reputation. Under most circumstances a little lifter noise is something that comes with age and is not necessarily something that needs to be fixed right away unless the noise gets loud enough or is affecting performance. What is the year of your GC and how many miles does it have? Make sure you get oil changes at the recommended intervals and check your oil level often to avoid a harsher knock. I would recommend having an oil flush done with the next oil change, you may want to move to a higher grade of oil or a synthetic to help avoid further noise. As far as you question of price to fix, for now, stick to treating the problem with the above recommendations because there may not actually be damage yet, alot of engine noise is just its way of telling you it needs some TLC (oil changes and such)
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