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Location: Middle of South Carolina
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Its hard to tell when your not there to hear/see it but i belive you are headed in the right direction. The valve covers are fairly easy, just remove the bolts and pop them off. The right bank is a little difficult to get off but it will come. Unplug the connectors inside and outside the gaskets and check them out. Start with the simple stuff first, sometimes the smallest thing gives you the biggest problems. Forum searches help a lot too, gives you ideas on what to check next.
Noisy, knockin, fartin, smokin, chuggin, nasty, dirty, stinky, blown, turboed, natural aspirated, fuel waxin, oil leakin, torque makin love of my life Diesels.
96' F-350, Snorkel, Programmer, Big Injectors, hood stack, 10" lift, Locked and spooled Rockwells, 53" V-treads.
I also have an quad cab cummins, 6 speed, air raid, fass, 4 inch straight pipe, & Smarty tuner.
I like places so cold you can spread diesel fuel on your toast like apple jelly.