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Can I Adjust valve lifters on 2006 2.7liter v6 dodge magnum?

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SOURCE: 2007 dodge magnum 2.7 v6 made a noise when i

the bendix may have gone bad. take the starter off and take it to an auto parts store such as auto zone they can test it.

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