How to Get Rid of Engine Lifter Noise?

Answer As found in a cam-in-block engine, lifters are responsible for transmitting the movement of the camshaft lobes to the pushrods. The pushrods actuate the rocker arms, which open the valves. Hydrauli... Read More »

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Engine Additives to Help Lifter Noise?

Lifter noise in an engine can be caused by a variety of problems including age, damage, wear and tear, and dirt or debris. Additives will not change the amount of wear that your engine has experien... Read More »

How to Determine Which Valve Lifter Is Making Noise?

Lifters create noise when they malfunction. The first step in finding a malfunctioning lifter is determining the location of the noise. Press down on the rocker tip, inspect the push rod, adjust th... Read More »

Engine Lifter Specifications?

An engine's lifter is a part of its camshaft component. The lifter is responsible for opening and closing the exhaust and intake valves to allow the passage of air and fuel. A camshaft can have sol... Read More »

Why isn't my iphone making any noises the only noise it makes is when my iPod songs are on but no noise when calls no noise when texts and no noise with games what do you think is wrong with it?

on the side of your iphone make sure that the slide button is not orange make sure it is either white or gray...if it is orange slide it the other way...when it is orange it is on viberate...also m... Read More »