[DML] Re: Upper valve train noise
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[DML] Re: Upper valve train noise



I would  bet money that it's an exhaust leak at the manifold. More 
often than not, someone not familiar with the car makes this mistake. 

Dave Swingle

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "stefandmc" <stefandmc@xxxx> wrote:
> I can hear a high pitch ticking noise, which sounds like a sewing 
> machine, in the passenger side valve train. My mechanic doesnt know 
if 
> it is hydrolic or mechanical. He said if its hydrolic it would regain 
> its pressure and stop after a while, is it mechanical? And waht are 
> the adjustment specifications to adjust it to stop. Thanks







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