Question about 2001 Chevrolet Tracker
This is caused by the hydraulic VALVE lifters sticking or being worn out, other less common issue is a flat camshaft, try putting a can of BERRYMENS BRAND CHEMTOOL ADDITIVE IN THE OIL, IF THIS IS A DIRT OR VARNISH RELATED PROBLEM THEN AFTER 100 MILES OR SO IT SHOULD STOP OR AT LEAST QUITE DOWN, U MUST CHANGE THE OIL AFTER NO MORE THAN 100 MILES IF U DO THIS WITH THE CHEMTOOL.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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