Question about 2008 Jeep Wrangler
My 2008 Wrangler has a thumping noise (low noise) coming from the passanger side of the engine below where you put in the oil. It is rhythmic and it increases as you increase the RPMs. Is this normal? I have not heard it for 18000 miles but recently heard it and it is not going away. Thanks.
Chances are you have a collasped lifter. i have seen this happen on many of mopars newer engines. there is a factory procedure/ recall to correct this problem.
take your jeep to the dealer, as this problem can lead to serious engine problems if the lifter begins to come apart.
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