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Old 10-24-2004, 02:19 AM   #1
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Probably has been seen but,here it is again?!?!?!



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Probably has been seen but,here it is again?!?!?!



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Seems Okay, I've seen alot like it.
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It'* not a gasket issue but an EGR/Intake issue.

I really hate sites like this. The EGR/Intake should be fixed yes, but Brake rotors are a wear item on cars. They touch pads their entire life. Those Gen III v8'* sometimes have piston slap because it'* an aluminum engine, and if it'* not fully warmed up and oiled just right it'll make noise.
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most brake rotor problems are just due to the rotors/pads needing to be worn in, or the mechanic overtightened the rotor when he put it on and warped it.
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