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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If it's a ticking noise that speeds up with the speed of the engine, it's a worn valve lifter.
You can try tightening it down by taking the valve cover off and tightening the bolt on the rocker arm, but don't tighten it too much, you will end up with other problems.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
not hard and no dont need to remove intake will have to remove some things depends on which side your working on like air intake hose a wire or two might have to unbolt a/c/ if u have- could be rocker also check for dry push rod ,weak valve springs worn valve guide-
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
Your thermostat is located under the thermostat housing, which is what the upper radiator hose clamps to on the top of your engine. Basically, you need to start with a cold engine, drain your radiator, then unclamp the upper radiator hose from the engine. Remove the bolts from the thermostat housing, and gently tap on it to remove it. clean up the mounting surfaces on both the engine and the housing, and install a new thermostat, and new gasket. tighten to proper torque, reconnect the radiator hose, then refill up the radiator and cooling system.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
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Before you get too deep into this, there's one common problem for GM products. Under the hood near to the passenger side of the firewall, there is a large black plastic ball with two vacuum lines protruding from one end. Check these lines very well from the ball to the manifold. I think you'll find your problem there. Thanks, Dana
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
Your, car has a crankshaft sensor that, may not working.
Check, the sensor, it is located ( Near the Crankshaft,) You'll
need to look from under the car.
Or It may just NOT have a good connection.
Wet, DIRT bad connection rust on connector.
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
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