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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The mechanic is most likely correct the vehicles have double intake as well as double exhaust valves which allows the motor to retain most of its power even if one of the valves burns out. However if an intake valve burns or fails there usually is a popping sound or misfire upon acceleration in this case you most likely have a burnt or worn exhaust valve, you have about six months to a year before the truck starts really misbehaving. Just address the side of the engine or head that has the burnt valve don't let them talk you into doing both cylinder heads you may go 250,000 to 300,00 miles before having to do a full valve job on the truck. These motors are fairly tough so just do the one head not both when the time comes.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
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