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How do you repair a sticking valve on a 1996 Honda Passport with a V-6 engine?

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2010-06-24 23:58:30
2010-06-24 23:58:30

try adding half a litre of tranny fluid to your engine oil sometimes that will help clean them out and free them up.

Its better to pull the head and clean the valve carefully. Also I'd check the spring. It could be weak or broken.

Your problem might not be with a sticking valve. I have a 1995 Isuzu Rodeo that suddenly began making a loud ticking noise I at first thought was due to sticking valve but turned out to be coming from a worn out timing belt tensioner. The Rodeo had 150k miles on it at the time and I was about ready to scrap it before I discovered the true cause. I know have over 190k on the vehicle.

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