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Old 09-24-2007, 01:29 AM   #21
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Take off the two screws and pull it out. It'* a $5 valve that sits under a spring. Wiggle and pull it out and pop in a new one.
It'* such a simple device....not sure why it'* vibrating. Maybe it'* caused by another problem.
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Ok will do tomorrow. I dont know if it is that or not but might as well check it.


I mean i personally think it is coming from the fuel rail. But the pvc is right under it so it may be it.
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Old 09-24-2007, 01:33 AM   #23
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If it was the PCV that might mean that the crankcase is being pressurized...pulsing caused by the SC or blowby.
What is the history on that engine? Where did it come from? How was it used (abused?)?
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Bought it from Ed Morad. Had i believe 87K on it. Fluids all looked good when we got it.
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Not knocking (no pun intended) Ed Morad but he gets his parts from wrecked cars. Just wondering if he stands behind his used parts and how well he checks them out after he acquires them.
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Well this was got because of a small interior fire.....


I am not sure how he checks them but i sent him an email already with this link to get his input. He is a stand up guy so i have no worries... my brother on the other hand is a little worried. But i am not the one that forked over the money.
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PS--- he does have a 90 day warrantee on parts.... hoping it doesnt have to come to that though.
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I'd hazard a guess that'* about the speed of an injector. Does it appear as one cylinder is misfiring or not getting fuel?

One way to test which cylinder is acting up would be to pull the plug wires one by one and see if there'* a change when each is pulled and reconnected
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It sounds like either a bad pcv or a vaccuum related issue of some sort.

we have installed alot of gen 5'* and heard similair noises until we installed a breather due to PCV system not working. Sounds like a box of rocks, similair to this noise.

I would run the car with the oil fill cap off, noise will be gone is my guess.

Either way, I wouldnt panic, sounds like a small issue a little troubleshooting will find. check fuel pressure, vac at idle, remove */c belt etc...

calling you now.
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I agree with you Ed. And that is actually what we are going to do.... trouble shoot it until it is figured out.
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