All2skitzd: Fram filters suck but it doesnt matter on a case like that because most of that isn't going to be picked up by the oil pump anyways. I would of liked to see the oil pressure on that turd. You was definitely smart to just that other oil through it first. Did you end up keeping the truck?
Jake “LeverActionJake” Zunio: There is nothing wrong with a Fram filter. They are designed to bypass the dirty oil if the filter becomes completely clogged... this feature is a logical innovation foreseen as it is better to recirculate dirty oil then to have the engine starve of oil completely. A filter Is only designed to be used between designated oil changes. The real culprit is the lack of preventative maintenance the previous owner had failed to provide for the vehicle.
Garagealleycustoms: Will a bad oil pressure sending unit make these engines tick or knock?
ok2bfreddyfred: I have a 2009 Corolla, with Synthetic oil... Its clean oil but the lifter does sound like its sticky... should I use synthetic ATF? or Regular ATF.... also is synthetic oil good to use...
GONEWILDFILMS: I'll buy that for a dollar. lol.
mustang geek: Awesome video. I have a 2005 Ford F150 with the 5.4L engine and like most 5.4's they tick also can I put 2 quarts of trans fluid in after I do an oil change or is that to much for a truck that hold 7 quarts of oil? And how many miles should I go before I change the oil out?
Fishing Guy: The sludge that you see there is from dexcool in the oil. Cracked castec head is most likely the cause.
Duwayne Cunningham: Fram is a bad filter, but this is caused by mixing brands of oil guy. Stay with one brand of oil after this engine flush. Also chevy has recommended lifter replacement at 200 thousand. the rollers will have play themselves. You may quiet it for temp, but you will have lifter noise return. Trans oil is an old used car salesman trick.
CRXUGLYKID: My truck takes 7quarts i have a trailblazer 4.2 hOw many bottles should i use ?
Eddie Keath: thanks bro atf got the tick out of my 04 Chevy blazer
GILLEBRATH: I tried this procedure on my 4.3 it still struggles with oil pressure issues so must be wear and tear inside the engine itself. I will add heavier oil but a motor replacement makes more sense. Thanks for info.
chris hamilton: I have a 05 trail blazer with 5.3 just put new lifters in 1 year ago ran great till two weeks ago and oil pressure dropped so I changed volm filter and oil sending unit and flushed motor run Good for a week now lifter tapping and misfiring on cylinder 1 any ideas before I have to pull heads off again
chris burgett: i use bosch oil filters. always jave
chris burgett: you absolutely have to pull the engine apart to clean it because the oil pump filter will absolutely be clogged. changing oil wont do crap if the oil pump filter is clogged. that truck of yours is trash
chris burgett: i have a 2004 chevy cavalierbwith 245000 miles. i do the oil change every 3000-5000 miles with 10w-30 mobil 1 full synthetic. oil always come out clean.
Tracy James: DAMN!!!
John Doe: did u flush some regular motor oil through it after u ran a quart of tranny fluid in it.
Chris Henson: this will kill a worn out engine with lots of miles seen it many times they use this method to flush and then bam a month or so later boom there goes your engine no to mention this will eat your gaskets
pcondoggyg1: I run 15w-40 Rotella T Triple Protection in mine and it has 274,000 miles. Theyre great engines if you know how to treat them.
BDR: that's conventional oil braking down
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