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Engine noise e-150

All of a sudden, my engine started making puff puff puff noise...on passenger side. Almost like a hole in something...like a spark plug missing, but it seems not to be missing. I took the inner cowling off and cannot find the loud puff puff noise

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  • erica_wasco6 Nov 26, 2008

    i HAVE A LOUD PUFF PUFF NOISE ON MY PASENGER SIDE AND I REPLACED THE EXHAUST DOUGHNUTS AND REPLACED THE EXHAUST GASKET AND STILL SOUNDS THE SAME

  • freyke Dec 01, 2008

    1989 Ford Mustang 5.0.. Has Hedman Shorty headers, found them to be loose on virtually all bolts to the heads - tightened them back up, but I still hear the noise (puff, puff, puff).

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This is probably an exhaust leak at the donut gasket between the pipe and manifold, or manifold and block.

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Do a compression test for each spark plug. Remove one spark at a time and see if you have the same pression for each one, if you don't remove valve cover and you see that the valves is not coming up

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