Chevy 5.3 Liter Lifter Noise And Motor Flush Solution How To




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Mike Taylornkj: i had same problem on my 97 Tahoe 5.7... I change the oil pump/ pickup tube screen/ and intermediate rod or shaft. which was a really hard job I'm not going to lie so get ready for a big job if you do it.lol. the loud ticking on cold startup or whatever has went way way down I'm going to do a motor flush soon to hopefully get rid of the rest of it.

Eric Alexnder: THANK YOU SIR. I LOVE people like U. Guess what I did this weekend, I thought it was the water pump. Spent $200 new pump, hoses and anti-freeze. started her up and to no avail, the tapping was still present. To me, not all was loss cause now my cooling system is in tip top summer shape. it's ready for those 110 degree days stuck in traffic. OH YEAH. THANKS Im a new subscriber now

Kevin Stover: I have the same ticking noise with mine and pulling a P0301 cylinder misfire code. There is noticeable loss of power as well, obviously because cylinder 1 is misfiring. Can you tell me if your example had major power loss to go with the ticking noise?

Dan Welch: Funny and informative. A great combo. Going to try this in my 5.3. Thanks brother

THE VANDAL: I like the bolt design for the valve covers I wonder if it's efficient as well

Drell Hunter: I have a Dodge Ram that makes a knocking noise when idleing and especially during acceleration...is it the injectors? It sounds a lot like this vehicle when you had it running.

Security Guy: Take a bottle of GM rear diff adative and put in oil. Part number 88900330

Adam Newell: I have a 2005 GMC Sierra that does the same thing. But not till about 10 minutes into running. My cold start oil pressure is 20-25 psi but will slip just below 20 psi while driving for a second or two. Once it gets warmed up my PSI regulates between 35-40. So like I said, my lifter knock doesn't happen till about 10 minutes down the road, and will only last for about 5-10 minutes. Could this be fixed the same way? And should I be worried about the cold start up oil psi reading?

mrairborneranger87: this is happening right now to my 2004 Chevy Silverado. ...so glad you posted this video.....WINNING!!!

Harold Shinski: Nice and informative video , however , very typical of GM products .

Bebe Beiber: Bruh..ur cam is wiped out
That ain't gonna work..dead lifter,wiped out cam,weak valve springs....itll be quiet for a day or so..ull see.i do them all the time

Guillermo Narvaez: Loved your video very helpful thank you bro had the same situation and problem it's already solved

xoobis: B100 BIO DE|DIESEL WORKS AWESOME... Also Acetone is also great for cleaning too...

Tim datoolman: Great video! Makes me so proud that I change the oil in my 5.3 religiously. Haha!

Joshua Davis: THATS awesome stuff....

John Work: LS far win

Auto Gamer: never flush engines it destroys them

Henry Hernandez: "You want to see me squirt one?" Hahahaha man I died laughing and went straight to the comments. Good video though.

Old Griz: ok, let me see if I got this right.
1st you have to pull on your tube to get it up, but don't bend or kink it.
2nd You clean the end of the rod and then blow it.
I think I will farm that work out to someone else. .....lol.

I have always put a quart of marvel mystery oil in every 3rd oil change and in the fuel every now and then. The last 3 trucks (all chevys ) have gone 300,000 miles and one of them I liked so much I didn't trade it in until 522,300 miles.

Mike Baird: I know this is an old video but wanted to add my experience. I have an 09 Yukon that sounded EXACTLY like the truck in this video but mine was very hit or miss, no rhyme or reason to when or why it would start ticking. Before taking off the valve covers and doing this in my truck i decided to try a different kind of flush. I changed the oil and put a K&N filter on, put in 5 qts. of 5w-30 full synthetic (whatever was on sale) and 1 qt. of automatic transmission fluid. The minute i started it you could hear the difference in the engine, smoother, quieter and not a tick to be heard. The day after i did this it was actually -5 when I got up to go to work and the cold start didn't even knock/ping or tap like it used to, smooth as butter. Before this my oil pressure would be at or just below 20 at idle and 30ish on the highway, would jump to 40 if a floored it. Afterwards, idle oil pressure was just above 30 and about 39 on the highway. I drove it like this for 200-300 miles and did a full oil change with a new K&N filter, 5.5 qts of 5W-30 Royal Purple and .5 qts of marvel mystery oil and have done this each oil change since and the tick has never returned. Hope you all have good luck with your experiences! Thank you Brian for the video, gave me the info I needed to try and tackle the problem myself.
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