Question about 2000 Plymouth Voyager
I had the timming belt and the power steering pulley fixed. I got lucky
my belt was shreded. it was ticking really bad so I just didnt drive it.
it drives great now but it ticks for no apparent reason when ever it feels like it. Sometimes when it starts and sometimes after its been running a while I stop and then start it. I just changed the oil and did the
Lucas oil treatment. I was told to use the synthetic version you can use it with regular oil and or synthetic. Well It was really quite for the first 10 minutes no its ticking very very loudly again? Any suggestions. Drives great but sounds bad with the tick
YOU NEED TO ISOLATE TICK TO FRONT OR REAR BANK OF ENGINE..A MECHANIC'S STETHOSCOPE CAN HELP YOU ISOLATE..THEN REMOVE FRONT OR REAR VALVE COVER AND PUSH ON EACH ROCKER ARM..IF A LASH ADJUSTER(LIFTER)IS BAD,IT WILL BE SOFT OR COMPRESS WHEN YOU PUSH ON IT..LIFTERS ARE IN ROCKER ARMS ON A 3.0L AND IN BLOCK ON 3.3 AND 3.8L ENGINES
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
Lifters are bad stuck valve more likely lifters
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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