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1989 Chevrolet S-10

Dent push rod can this be a lifter or more ?

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  • stancik420 Oct 23, 2008

    yeah sounds like i got a little tick in the 2400 to 3000 rpm range. lifter, push rod????? can u give me a pointer????

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Check timing chain position,your timing could be off or bad fuel.

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