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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2004 Golf 4 tdi
it is one of the drive belts if you give it a quik rev the noise goes away if this is the case have a feel wich belt is the most loose and tighten.
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Posted on Jul 01, 2008
valve lifters make a kind of rattly knocking noise! which sort of follow engine revs.if they are gone you may need a new camshaft as well, best to do itr all at the same time and are sold as a kit.are you sure there is a new noise or are you just listening harder?
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
you are right to be suspicious of the answer that you got, the only way for valves to get "bent" is for them to come into contact with the piston(s).
the lifters are run by the cam, which is run by the timing belt, (which was just "replaced" by the shop) Renault is not the easiest cars to work on, but if it went to this shop for 90k "service", then they should have had the procedures down pat. Sounds like some-one is trying to "CYA" (cover their "you know what")
Posted on Mar 05, 2012
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