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My 2003 Chevy Venture has an engine problem. It

My 2003 Chevy Venture has an engine problem. It has started a knocking noise. Sounds like rocker arm is broke. When accelerating, sounds like air is escaping through manafold. Can someone help me diagnose this issue.

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Same vehicle. I had the #2 rocker arm bolt stripped out. Sounds like the same thing. Not to hard of a fix.... just take time. Or about 300-400 for a mechanic to fix.

Posted on Aug 17, 2010

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