so I went in order of torque spec by doing 22 ft lbs on exhaust and intake valves of coarse on 2,4,6,and 8. I would torque intake rocker arms when I had exhaust valve just starting to open and exhaust valves when intake valves were just starting to close. this was done with the engine under the hood, wiring all in tact, ect, ect... Now... after doing this torque spec than firing the truck and ran rough as hell until I back off the bolts, than everything sound fine after that. I than proceeded to snug the bolts back up gently before putting the valve cover back up. No tick no nothing. test drove it about half a mile. loud as hell tick and misfire coming from cylinder two. where is the middle ground here because 22 ft lbs seems to be too much and getting it snugged up enough to where it sounds normal at idle doesn't seem to cut it either.
Please I need help.
Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com
General Motors is recalling about 50,000 Silverado pickups due to a possible fuel safety issue. The company says that a faulty low fuel level sensor in the front tank could stick and cause the rear tank to overfill. Spilling fuel isn’t the issue. The problem is the overfilling can cause the rear tank to expand, then it will contact the driveshaft, which can then burn a hole in it due to friction.
The fix is to update the fuel-level sensor software, inspect the front tank, and may also include replacing the rear tank. As with every safety-related recall, the repairs will come at no cost to the vehicle owner. Also like every safety recall, federal law mandates that GM contact owners by snail mail. If you prefer not to wait to see if your Silverado or Sierra has the problem (and given the number of vehicles recalled, the chances are it does), you can use the GM recall lookup using your VIN. If you opt to contact your dealer, reference NHTSA Campaign Number 17V664000.
What's up ya'll. I've had my front and rear Rough Country floor mats in my 2014 Silverado Double Cab for a bit over a year. I shot a quick update video to show you guys how they are holding up and protecting my floors
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