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rattling in motor

When driving at lets say 45 all sounds tight under the hood...yet when givin alittle more fuel not much just slightly more theres a rattling noise..when the pressure is took off the pedal the motor sounds tight again..it sounds like the valves..If it is the valves how can I adjust them? What do you think
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there is no valve adjustment....

Could you be hearing an exhaust leak?? sounds more likely.....
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I'm driving a 01 w/7.3l
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I found out the sound that I'm hearing is one called fuelcackling...What actually is this...Bad fuel?Your takes are....
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Ford Diesel Noise????? I know(I think) what you are referring to. Just enuff throttle to make it happen but not enuff to change the speed of the truck. Ihope its normal cause I have had it since day 1.

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yep

Your correct!Maybe after the hutch mod and lifter mod that will go away. Floor is open to any thoughts on this.

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