Question about Cars & Trucks
I replaced the crank shaft in my truck now I have a ticking noise
There are a lot of steps involved in replacing a crank shaft where a simple mistake can cause problems. The bolts and end caps need to go back in the exact same position and direction facing the front. The crank needs to be stored upright or it can be damaged simply by its own weight while lying down. The bearings need to be the correct size and installed in the proper position lining oil holes up and greased properly. The bolts need to be torqued in the proper sequence and to the correct torque. The Crank then needs to be tapped with a hammer and torqued again.
Sounds like something was missed if your getting a bottom end engine noise now.
Posted on Nov 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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