Sounds more like a knock. But that's what it sounds like is; oil taking its time to get through the valve train. It's not everyday though. Mostly since
I'm currently a manager/technician. I operate a nice little 2 bay shop in Central City Ia. Nice quiet change of pace after 25 years in the bis. I also
Well, I haven't really done much to it lately. I've been saving money but then I ended up buying a gas getter nissan pickup and have been working on it.
Is it a knock or a tick because a tick is normal for GM trucks because its just the oil taking time to get in the valve train.
Im in. Been working ALOT lately. About tto finally wash clothes. And btw, those burgers and jack and cokes were delicious. Actually about to warm the
Thanks for the replies... I did a quick google search...and in fact they have been plastic for quite a few years. And I feel alot better after reading,
Machinist for one of the oldest steel processing equipment manufacturers in the world we build it BIG!
There is an old saying, if its not broke, dont fix it. wrench wrench wrench.
Well sitting here at my kids Orchestra Concert. She plays the last 15mins. It is sad that kids now a days can't do certain music because you might hurt
It likely saved weight to help increase MPGs while being cheaper to make.
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