Question about 1989 Mitsubishi Mighty Max
The tapping is probably a rocker that isn't adjusted right. The valves will not hit the piston if you're off by one tooth, but the engine will not have much power. The piston is on compression when both valves are shut and the piston is moving up (the cams should be on their marks when the piston tops out on compression). Otherwise, if on exhaust stroke, the exhaust valve will be open until the piston reaches the top. Make sure you have adjusted the valves properly and that the engine has good power. You're doing pretty good so far...
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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