Chevy Vortec Lifter & Valve Tap How To Repair It




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James Outlaw: Been using the Fram ultra guard filter on my 96 GMC 5.7 since I bought the truck. It had 72000 thousand miles on it. Changes old seals when truck had 223000 on it. Engine looks brand new inside. Mechanic said whatever I was doing keep it up. Engine should last well past 400000 miles. Change oil every 5000 miles. It's not the filter it lack of maintenance. My mechanic uses diesel fuel to clean engines. Run about 5 minutes then drain. Does 3 times or until no gunk coming out. Works really well.

Freak show: That engine in full of anti freeze in the oil

gbwi666: I have used fram filters for years and never had a problem with them , but I don't try to get 100,000 miles out of them and my oil either . Put a fresh one on with every oil change at 3000 miles and you probably will never have a problem . That trans fluid trick works . Had a Jimmy with 119,000  on it with 4.3 vortec and it ticked like crazy . Got it from a woman who hadn't changed the oil in years . I put a new filter on it and one quart trans fluid and ran it for 100 miles then changed the oil. Never ticked or made lifter noise after that and ran perfect until I sold it . This works great to clean the crap out of a motor . But I wouldn't recommend driving more than 100 miles before changing the oil . Because now you have all that loose carbon and garbage floating around in there.

Mister Berzins: The plastic flap? lol, You mean check valve. hahahahahahah, give him a doughnut.

Mister Berzins: It is a French name. The French are not known for their fine motor cars.

cliff jamerson: Yea I changed to k&n filters

UpstateArms1: Probably should have mentioned iam a fellow ADK'R lol nice to see local channels on here

UpstateArms1: Ice always used AC delco filters. To be honest I've come across ALOT of.videos covering this notorious 5.3 Silverado lifter tick. I dumped a can of seafoam in my Silverado 3 months ago,I have an 06 extended cab z71 with 89k on it and the seafoam not only helped but I notice even now I can barely hear the tick and only when it first starts,10 seconds at idle and it's gone. I also run ethanol free in my truck which is getting quite friggen expensive, cheapest I've found so far is the stop n shop on 365 next to Hinckley they are 3.46/gal where the Stewart's in Poland wants 3.55

TheWolverine0657: Every single video says how to fix 5.3 lifter tick but none of them actually show how to fix it

Aaron Waltz: Black gold! texas tea! Maby someone got a barrel of crude oil cheap and used it do all there oil changes... 20 years ago i did the 100% kerosene flush in the crank case on an old 1990 ford e250 econoline fleet van with a 5.8, and it would free up the oil for couple weeks then it would plug up again annnnd repeat. It scared the hell outa me 1st time but all was fine but say thats risky procedure especially with an old engine with large bearing clearences where the 0w0 viscosity can allow bearings to hammer on the crank...do not rev when its full of kerosene as matter of fact i wouldnt do it again except as a last resort its risky.

tchrisou812: how long did you run the tranny fluid mix each time?

Marcus Foster: chevy= Cheap Heavy Equipment Very Yuseless  ha ha

Jack Smith: View YT videos on oil filters

AC Delco and Fram are junk oil filters

Why would this idiot go so long without changing his oil?

Deserves the results

Dale Humphrey: idler wheel noise.

Retrogamer1010: This guy is an idiot.

Emery Cole: This is why I only run AMSOIL Premium filters & oil in my Vortec. Check & top off every 2k miles & change on computer schedule.

Powder River: That’s poor maintenance and cheap oil. People expect miracles from machinery then gripe about brands because of this or that. All of the big three make engines that will last if you take care of them so although I’m brand loyal it doesn’t matter what you like take care of your stuff.

Victoria Louden: 5000 miles not 3000 dork.

ron watson: I've used Fram filters all my life with no problems.But I change my oil every now and then. That's piss poor maintainence right there.

Pat Peacock: The filter don't stop sludge it keeps this stuff and metal from going to your bearings.
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