Chevy Vortec Lifter & Valve Tap How To Repair It




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heavyset0223: Why use ATF? I just use soap and water.

Ali Saleh: nothing wrong with fram filter if u change oil every 3000 miles

Tony Foltz: fram hater lol ,, I never had any problems with a fram you keep oil changed normally you don't have no problems but each there own and as that oil looked it wasent changed for over 100k at least like other 2 guys said below check oil pump screen and o ring do regular oil changes every 3k it will last you long time mine has over 320900 miles and still going oh yea has fram filters on it oil and air filter fram lol 1999 Chevy Silverado 5.3 Vortec lifters did same before I bought it but normal oil changes using 5w 30 and it stopped ticking oh also helps if use Pennzoil keeps engine cleaner

Jeff Tucker: My friend I believe any brand oil filter would look like the Fram if it was left on an engine that long without an oil change or engine flush. I've used synthetic engine oil since it's development with Fram filters and minimum engine life has been 335K with no filter problems. Oil filters are not meant to last that long ;))

Kevin Wayburn: That Napa Filter is junk, the Fram filter is better

Michael Root: Yeah that was the filters fault lol

Chris Bryant: it's not the filter that's the problem owner didn't do maintenance

Jonathan Dexter: set up, I don't believe this story one bit!

galidorx: hey i got a good question? how long are you supposed to be running this mixture of oil amd atf? im just asking i have the same prob with this buick century

ViiV Creations: i wouldnt say fram is the problem though...any filter will fail if not changed properly every so often

Trent Tuckfield: But that Chevy still runs talk crap but they run forever

NYRM1974: Here is how to best protect your GM 5.3L Vortec Engine Naturally Aspirated.

1. Use 5W30 Synthetic Oil

2. Substitute One quart of oil by putting in One Quart of Marvel Mystery Oil. This will clean up your valves and lifters..... Also add 6 ounces in the gas tank to clean your injectors and coat the upper cylinders with a protective coat of MMO.

I don't give a hoot what the nay sayers say..... FRAM FILTERS SUCK PERIOD.

I have a 13 year old GM Truck 172000 miles and still zero issues.

TIP: Drop the oil every 4000 miles and use synthetic oil with one quart of MMO and you will never have sludge.

Rev Big D: keep an eye on oil pressure,clogged oil pick up screen!

Rev Big D: Can run on all trans fluid at idle.

Rev Big D: Motor taking a number 2 for sure! clogged pick up screen,walls covered with no end to it! Flush it with kero? Wix is the best!

austin 3:16: Damm this is like watching a flick

bob blackelk: Just a suggestion the Japanese run the syenthetic diesel through there engines supposed to be very good solvent run in engine for 5-15 minutes maybe add to regular oil for couple of minutes might deklog screen.

RAYMOND NATERLIN: You would think some people must have money to burn when you see how they treat and drive their vehicles. But then you see them eating at macdonalds and the fast food outlets like they have never been told the outcome. Then they are at the doctors office with high blood pressure and diabetes and who knows what just like your poor truck.

RAYMOND NATERLIN: i agree about most Fram filters these days but you have the Ultra on there and not Wallyworlds 2 dollar fram. Id say mostly it is just neglect. Hope my truck isnt that bad after i run mystery oil through it. Got a Suburban that had issues of wierd neglect and still sorting stuff out. Thanks for the fun vid.

Gregg Cordell: Also to add to it I agree 100% with Southlosbls and I change my oil at every 3000 miles . Chevy k1500 225,000 miles on it.
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