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Re: Sticking, clicking valve lifters
I've been wondering about the under-carriage spray as well. Does this
mean that I can never have the under-carriage sprayed unless the engine is
shut down? Anyone else have any problems with the under-carriage spray in a
car wash, or does everyone just strap on a rubber suit, snorkel gear, and
fins before squirming under the car with a hose? Nice image, huh?
Newton, MA 02162 (USA)
'92 Audi 100CS 5spd 16K miles (and counting!)
'89 Suzuki Katana 600 14K miles (and hibernating)
> From: Louis A. Mulieri <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: quattro list <email@example.com>
> Subject: Sticking, clicking valve lifters
> Date: Wednesday, March 12, 1997 9:51 AM
> When I bought my 5000cstq my prebuy check mechanic told me that clicking
> valve lifters were 'normal' for audis. Not to worry. So I haven't but
> the recent thread has got me started. Two questions:(1) how loud before
> start to worry; and (2) do I have solid or hydraulic lifters?
> Another recent post on getting the underside washed, someone, I
> think Phil, said that there is a negative pressure in crankcase and that
> this can pull in water instead of air. Is this true of my model as well?
> 5000CSTQ; 126k and counting