Viper82 wrote:Anyway the tech told me that it sounds like the timing chain and that there is a tolerance in which is acceptable and not acceptable for the noise. So they told me to record it myself at home and email it in so they can see whether it needs fixing yet or not.
If i was you i would NOT be accepting that . Why should you have to wait for something which can be fixed now ?? It can only get worse from here !! there is no way you can record the noise accurately on a mobile phone and identify the noise unless it is very loud . Its too hard to desseminate one noise from another.
If the chain is slapping then they are stretched and or stuffed , or there is a problem with them meshing on the sprockets , simple. The chains are not going to get better by themselves !!!
you might be on a Simpson trip when they let go , then are they going to pay for the recovery costs ?
numberplate wrote:noisy cam bearings is different to the work i had done to mine , and since then i have heard of one other member needing a camshaft replaced.. keep us posted thanks
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