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some one please explain to me...

why is it normal for the engine to tick / clatter after an oil change!!! funny thing is it did not do it last oil change. spoke with a ford diesel tech and he said ford says it is normal and do not attempt to repair. but yet the new 2013 do not do this. there is something they changed but ford will not say. its louder on the
driver side and really sounds like a bad valve or loose valve guide..
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My 2013 does it as well... nothing was changed.
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Yeah I find that odd too. I got my truck used with 53k miles on it and just now started doing it on my second oil change.

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My 2013 does it.

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my '11 will do it occationally but it usally clears up after 500-1000 miles. And Ford does claim it is normal, so your tech was not BSing you.

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Interesting... Des it sound like a dry lifter? I've never heard of this, but then again I don't have a 6.7 personally but I haven't noticed it in my work truck.

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Guys ,guys. Stop changing your oil, problem fixed.
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Guys ,guys. Stop changing your oil, problem fixed.
HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!
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