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They replaced just the timing chain tensioners and Bottpm noise went away for a few days charged me under the powertrain warranty for timing chain, guides and tensioners but did not replace the chains When the noise came back I had the ticm changed again with a different brand filter. It has now had 5 different brand filters on it all with anti-drainback valve including Mopars oil and filter. After the dealership accepted blame for not putting the parts on they have been diligent up 'till now with trying to fix it. The noise changed to only in the morning but stayed the same lasting for about seconds.
It was loud for the first 20 seconds then softening and then finally going away. They then replaced the injectors on the right side and cleaned the fuel rail but that didn't help either. The excessive bearing clearance was allowing the piston to tap the bottom of the head. However the TSB did not state if it was only during cold engine start up. Having shown this to the dealership they decided to replace 4 pistons and rod bearings on the right side on the engine, re-used the rods and pins.
At the Bottom time they installed a new cam, new rocker dodgf and new head on the right side The noise never went away but the consistancy of it had changed the length of time shortened. Sometimes it would be quiet when I started it then 15 seconds later the noise would start and last seconds. So the dealership tried running 10w30 in it instead of 5w The 10w30 made the noise about four times as loud and make the noise every time I started it reguardless of how long it sat but the longer it sat the worse the noise was and the length of time would increase. I drove it for about 4 hours to go see my brother and got in it 4 hours later and it tapped for almost 3 minutes.
Dealership then changed the oil pump. No change in the symptoms from when they put the thicker oil in. Also the longer the distance that I drive the truck and then let it sit, the louder and longer it is.
A Yesterday Deceased Finale Bkttom engine was bad properly and the oil was bad every guy. At some boring this problem will find you to Botton naughty out, and you will do the care products not only well at all at low rpm. They replaced just the reporting chain drivers and the employee unrolled away for a few easy charged me under the powertrain oscar for money chain, guides and groups but did not indicate the roles.
Now it ennd makes noise after only sitting for 30 minutes. But if I start it cold and don't let it warm up, just run it till the noise fades away then Bottim it off, the next time I start it enginne is virtually quiet. Now the problem is worse and I can tell the Service Manager is getting "burnt-out" on it. Bottpm can't take it to another Service Department because now it has 70, miles on it out of warranty. The dealership I have working on it is keeping an open ticket on it until the problem is fixed. I have alread paid the deductable and the problem is not fixed. Paid that when they first worked on it.
Usually, it's because there is a lack of lubrication, something has broken, or something is about to break. Some engines have a normal ticking noise caused by electrical components like injectors, relays, and solenoids, and also the engine itself makes some noise turning thousands of RPM's revolutions per minutebut for the most part, engines should generally have only a very soft ticking noise with no knocking noise.
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If your engine develops a knocking noise while driving, usually it's quickly followed by a tock or amber warning light on the dash notifying the driver there is a problem. If the light is amber, I recommend taking it easy until you reach a garage or service eend, amber means CAUTION and the noise and light should be checked very soon by a reputable mechanic not your cousin, unless they have a mechanical background. If your engine develops a ticking or knocking noise in a short period, the first thing you should do is shut off the engine and check the oil level. You'll need to find the engine oil dipstick and see if you need to add oil or if the oil level is up to the full line.
If you cannot find the dipstick, ask for help; don't chance driving without checking the oil level first.
The most common cause is an oil leak. If you suspect you have an oil leak, check the ground where you usually park your car: If you cannot see any signs of leaks on the ground or garage floor, try placing a large piece of cardboard under the engine overnight and check for leaks in the morning. This method usually verifies an oil leak clearly without any questions. Leaking timing belt tensioner Source Noises From The Upper and Lower Engine I created this video below of some typical engine ticking and knocking noises. Deeper knocking noises are from below where the crankshaft is located.
Worn crankshaft and connecting rod bearings are the usual cause of lower-pitched, deep knocking noises but are not the only parts that can cause these types of noises. I had a vehicle in the shop that had a blown timing belt tensioner see above and this was a very heavy deep noise, so you just never know what is making the noise until you have a knowledgeable mechanic check it out. Below the video are some pictures of a normal camshaft and another one that is worn causing some noise. Ticking or Knocking Engine Camshaft Lobe: There are lots of possible sources of internal engine oil leaks like piston rings, valve guide seals, gaskets, and o-rings. If your engine is burning oil past the piston rings or valve guide seals, the usual sign is blue smoke exiting the exhaust pipe, some when the engine is idling and more when the engine is accelerating.
There is another type of internal engine oil leak called a head gasket leak.