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Valves noise I own a 1995 Isuzu Rodeo, 6 cylinder engine. The valves are really loud. Can they be adjusted or do I have to have the cylinder head reconditionned.

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Firing Order:
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1995 isuzu Rodeo engine noise


valve guides worn and tappet adjustment required, can check tappet adjustment first to see slightly better before removing heads and getting valve guides repaired/replaced on heads common problem
if raise revs to 1500-2000rpm and hold does clatter come and go come and go (valve guides) if there all the time tappet clearance issue
if there only under load (1st rev up) for a couple of times then stops possible big end bearing
all these are common for this engine

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