Question about 1997 Ford F150 Regular Cab
The valves may need to be adjusted, sounds as if one has become a little loose. If not, one of the valves may be sticking. I would drain about 1 1/2 quarts of oil from the engine, put in a engine cleaner and run for about 5 min then drain all the oil. You may have to do this only once, but if the valve is sticking badly it may take another cleaning. It will cost a little to clean the engine $20 or so but not as much paying someone to break it down to do the same thing. Good Luck.
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