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Date: Thu, 09 Mar 2000 06:56:43 GMT
From: rubidiumnopsamdnet.att.net (Jim Collins)
Subject: Re: To the SAAB goros


Also, there is a rubber guide on top of the valve cover that the chain hits and the rubber gets hard. > Thanks for the info. And yes the sound gradually disappears when engine > gets warm. I did change the tensioner, so I guess on to the chain > itself!!. > -- > Remove "NOSPAM" from address for direct e-mail > > ####### > # #### # # # # > # # # ## # # # > # # # # # # # > # # # # # # # > # # # # ## # > # #### # # # > > "Seppo Metsälä" wrote: > > > > > It's probably not the lifters If the diesel sound slowly disappears when > > engine is getting warmer. Cam chain tension might be little loose and when > > engine warms it gets tighter and noise disappears. Typically the noise goes > > away when tensioner goes one notch tighter. It might also > > be chain tightener or chain or both. > > > > check also www.townsendimports.com > > > > seppo.metsalanopsamfi >

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