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- May 18, 2017
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- Treasure Coast, Florida
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The noise was caught early and at my house. No check engine light and was questionable while trouble shooting. After checking, rechecking and moving the vehicle it suddenly stopped for 20+min in the driveway. Drove 1/4 mile and the check engine light came on and it was back only worse.
HA HA - I'm still working on that "know how" not going to lie.... I'm a bit intimidated by the lifter process here : /
Agree with Dave. If the cam is fine, replacing the AFM lifters should get you about the same lifetime. The advantage being that you have the option to enable/disable AFM.Yup. Some folks have done that. Nothing wrong with that at all. It comes down to managing the risk of another failure.