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6.5L turbo diesel, load banging under hood


Created On Wednesday December 19, 2007 23:23 Diesel Talk
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liljoe
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I was driving home from work when a load banging noise started under the hood. It wasn't getting any worse and no lose of power, so I drove the next two miles tell I got home. I've replaced all injectors, took a compression test...all cyl. within 400 ft lbs. I was told to check the flex plate but my truck is a manual (5 speed). I found the harmonic balancer bolt loose so retorged it, knocking sound still there....any suggestions?disgusted

Edited: Wednesday December 19, 2007 at 23:24 by liljoe
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