Question about 1998 Chevrolet Tracker
After replacing the head we now have a knock right when you start up, and under load. Any ideas to, if its a bearing what ones it could be?
I had to replace the head due to a bad cam, it was easier to do the whole head than just the cam.
Well the oil should have been changed right when the head job was done before start up,even if the antifreeze is drained before you started removing the head..sometimes you still get a little antifreeze in the oil and it sits in the bottom of the oil pan and is the first thing to be sucked up into the oil pump,when u do change the oil check the oil filter when u remove it for any trace of silver or gold particles...that will let u know if the bottom end was damaged at all,hope this helps
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
Was the head planed? if so try hightest gas or ****** the ignition timing a bit.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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