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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can remove your valve covers to inspect the rocker arms, and push rods. They should be all in place and not too loose. If you find nothing out of place on the top side of the engine, you will have to look to the lower end. From there, you may have to remove the engine to inspect the rods; I doubt you can remove the oil pan while the engine is in the vehicle.
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