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Old 03-14-2011, 09:10 AM
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Here is an engine related question. What would be the problem with running scratched/scored valve guides in a new head with new valves? The scores run diagonal in a zig zag pattern where I pulled the valve out while twisting back and forth. I don't see how this could really effect the guides main job of keeping the valves straight and seated correctly.
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Originally Posted by NA6C-Guy View Post
Here is an engine related question. What would be the problem with running scratched/scored valve guides in a new head with new valves? The scores run diagonal in a zig zag pattern where I pulled the valve out while twisting back and forth. I don't see how this could really effect the guides main job of keeping the valves straight and seated correctly.
**** it do it.
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Originally Posted by NA6C-Guy View Post
Here is an engine related question. What would be the problem with running scratched/scored valve guides in a new head with new valves? The scores run diagonal in a zig zag pattern where I pulled the valve out while twisting back and forth. I don't see how this could really effect the guides main job of keeping the valves straight and seated correctly.
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I've got an interior rattling noise that sounds like it's coming from the far right passengers side AC/heat vent at 2K-4K ish RPM, but when I put my hand on the vent to attempt to silence it, nothing happens. So, I figure the noise must be comming from somewhere else. I searched but I can't find anything on it. Are there any common things that rattle on the passengers side of the interior that I should check?
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Originally Posted by Gearhead_318 View Post
I've got an interior rattling noise that sounds like it's coming from the far right passengers side AC/heat vent at 2K-4K ish RPM, but when I put my hand on the vent to attempt to silence it, nothing happens. So, I figure the noise must be comming from somewhere else. I searched but I can't find anything on it. Are there any common things that rattle on the passengers side of the interior that I should check?
Glovebox nig. Squeaks for me.
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Originally Posted by Gearhead_318 View Post
I've got an interior rattling noise that sounds like it's coming from the far right passengers side AC/heat vent at 2K-4K ish RPM, but when I put my hand on the vent to attempt to silence it, nothing happens. So, I figure the noise must be comming from somewhere else. I searched but I can't find anything on it. Are there any common things that rattle on the passengers side of the interior that I should check?
Body parts(mostly decomposed)?
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Originally Posted by Faeflora View Post
Glovebox nig. Squeaks for me.
That makes sence, I'll see I can quiet it with some cloth or something

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Body parts(mostly decomposed)?
Dont think so, it's definitely coming from the inside around the dash. The car has no rust, and the chassis is nice and quiet
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Originally Posted by Gearhead_318 View Post
That makes sence, I'll see I can quiet it with some cloth or something
naw put some lube on dat shi g
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Originally Posted by Faeflora View Post
naw put some lube on dat shi g
ight, i'll drown dat **** in wd40
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Originally Posted by Gearhead_318 View Post
ight, i'll drown dat **** in wd40
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