Chevy Silverado Engine Ticking Noise

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11 Comments on "Chevy Silverado Engine Ticking Noise"


Richard
5 months 2 days ago

I have a 2001 GMC that have a lifter noise after the thermostat opens up driving down the road. If I let the truck warm up in the driveway and the thermostat opens up it doesn’t do it but when I am driving from a cold start up and the lifter clatter it takes a couple of miles to stop clattering and doesn’t make the noise again until the engine cools off.

rich
1 year 2 months ago

95 chevy Silverado don’t hear the ticking noise at start up. when the motor is heated up and drove a few miles then the ticking starts. What would cause this and how can I fix it/

frank
1 year 7 months ago

Ticking noise on 2000 thru 2012 silverado 4.8 is the oil pump, not the lifters.

Anonymous
8 months 6 days ago

I have a 2006 Silverado that has a ticking noise but goes away any suggestions how to diagnose the ticking

Anonymous
1 year 1 month ago

How much would this cost to fix ml

Anonymous
1 year 9 months ago

Flywheel

Roger
1 year 11 months ago

I have a 2000 Silverado four wheel drive. I took it to the repair facility to have the starter changed. When I picked it up they said it had a loud noise in the engine. Indeed it did. A rhythmic clacking. I have heard loose rods before, this sounds different. I drove it home and it held 40 psi oil pressure and normal engine heat. Any ideas what this sudden event could be caused by?

Hank
1 year 8 months ago

If it started right after the starter was replaced, maybe they left something in the flywheel cover area.

David
3 years 11 months ago

Where the oil level sensor located on a 2007 Checy Silverado and how do you replace it?

ProTech: The oil level sensor is located in the oil pan, right underneath the vehicle. It is easily removed and replaced.

Jim
4 years 1 month ago

How to replace exhaust check valve on the right side firewall! Don,t see much room to get back to pipe nuts. Thanks Jim.

ProTech
4 years 1 month ago

You could try using a crows foot wrench, that’s usually the best way. By the way, next time please include what kind of vehicle you are talking about. I have no idea if you’re changing the valve on a Ford Mustang, or a Cadillac Escalade! The more info, the better. Thanks and good luck!

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