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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bent push rod
Check the compression on that cylinder and the adjacent cylinder. If it is not too difficult, it would be good to check all of the cylinders. If there is leakage on the adjacent cylinder there's your problem. The engine is getting pressure on number 8 when the lifter is in the wrong position at the bottom of travel and the pushrod can't help but to bend. If you have a warranty, have the valve springs on 8 checked for proper strength I.E (190 pounds). There should be specifications for this motor.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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