Question about 2006 Chrysler 300
I was told by mechanics that it was lifters and rockers i replaced complete assembly on both sides problem didnt change at all
There is suppose to be a knock sensor on most of the modern engines. There is also a part in the variable camshaft timing engines that would result in knocks and damage if it let the engine timing advance too far. You need a dealer to check the full range of timing on your motor. Tell them you do not want just a trouble code test, but a timing light used.
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