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Knocking idle Knocking at Idle, but seems to go away when throttled up.

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  • D.J. Apr 29, 2013

    Regular Oil Changes and has about 450 Hours. Seems to have some Oil Seepage coming from under oil filter (which has been changed, so not filter itself) or from under valve cover next to Filter. Not sure that loose valves would cause this.. or could it?? Any help would be appreciated!

  • D.J. May 01, 2013


    Tension Idler Pulley Bearing went out.
    Removed Deck: Still Knocked at Idle and went away at half to full throttle.
    Removed Drive Belt: Knocking went away and ran smooth as "a hot knife thru warm butter!"
    Removed Tension Pulley: Spun by hand and did NOT spin smoothly. Bearing failure!
    Thanks for looking at least... :-)

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Piston too loose in the bore?

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