Geo Fox: That's about the most horrify sound I can think of
M Braun: sounds worse than mine bro
Chuck Lusk: Thanks for posting this video. My son and I did what you said and it worked. Thanks again.
william martell: Very informative but need to know about cooling system leak
Matt Akridge: was that lifter noise causing a dead miss, or just annoying sound?
Josh Turner: I have a 2004 chevy silverado 5.3 but on a cold start up it will blow a puff of white smoke and im burning a quart of oil between my oil changes been told it is a pcv vavle but I have to take off the hole valve cover is there anyway to be sure before I do that
Bbauto Repair: Thanks bro it's helpful👍
الثورة الإسلامية: so we should replace that things? or just clean it
Eamonn Dionne: with 856 comments I'm sure you've heard it. But good job on the video. And I don't say that often. Learn something new and had a laugh. Good job thanks
Patrick Walker: At the 5:00 mark you turned on the ignition to read the odometer. Next time try pressing in the odometer reset/program for a few seconds and hold - without turning on the ignition.
Hayden Binkley: I recommend riselone every oil change on an older engine works very well at getting rid of lifter tick. Or you can use ATF and change at shorter intervals and that helps too.
ORION SANFORD: super detailed so it was very helpful. no more noise. so thanks so much for the video. my question is how much would this be for a mechanic to do it at a shop.
Daboi Boss: Did the same thing 2 mines you did in the video... Drain my oil & on the tip of the oil plug (bolt) I found 5 little pins sort of like what goes in a bearing.... Put fresh oil in it & it stills makes the noise on the driver side closer to the front.... Should I just swap motors or can it be fixed.... 03 Tahoe 4.8l....
mrsemifixit: What's difference between chlorinated and non-chlorinated brake cleaner?
scdevon: Each their own, but there's no need for any of this disassembly and expensive chemicals. Just add half a quart of ATF or Marvel Mystery Oil to the crankcase and drive the piss out of it for a few days and change the oil. A few "glugs" of Marvel oil in the crankcase every once in a while will keep this from even happening in the first place.
David Bundy: Did you check the fulcrums for wear, I know GM vehicles used to have problems with them.
George Parx: valve lifter oil filter plugged, under the oil sender. Fine metal screen in all 2002 later GM LS based motors.
Kais Huet: Tender shallow property display sick.
Rodney S: 3000 to 4500 hahahah...christian brother always trying to screw everyone even down here in texas.....
Paul Kadamus: Thank you I like your vids
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