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Re: More trouble with my B

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09-03-2002 15:14:35

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sheldon, i may be way off base, but i think i would pull the 4 nuts on the valve cover and look over the valve clearance. roll the motor by hand and watch the stems go up and down, anything sticky? might want to spary asome WD40 on the stems and tap on each stem wiht a ball pien hammer. also look that things are plenty oily and havent been lacking for oil flow. i would then change the oil. might even start the motor up- with the valve cover off to see that things looked good at an idle.

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09-03-2002 18:10:40

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 Re: Re: More trouble with my B in reply to steve, 09-03-2002 15:14:35  
You aren't loosing oil pressure when the oil gets hot and thin are you? Next time it happens check the gauge and make sure it is still normal for that engine. No oil pressure might explain the noise and eventually it would slow down the engine, that is if it didn't seize. Just a thought,I would want to check if I had those symptons.

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09-04-2002 19:45:10

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 Re: Re: Re: More trouble with my B in reply to Tom, 09-03-2002 18:10:40  
when you started it back up did it run good or did the clanking sound continue.the reason I ask is my B would make the same sound when it was under load. it would clank and sound like it was skipping but would sound almost normal at idle. My fix was as easy as a fouled plug. maybe it helps. mark

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