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Old 05-01-2013, 11:18 PM   #1
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So lat week I changed my spark ifs without breaking 7/8 and the last one (driver side closest to fan) broke, $100 later and 20 minutes with the lisle tool and I got it out and replaced, while doing maintenance I changed the fuel filter, I also added a set of under drive pulleys... (I know too much at once) and since all that I feel like I lost some power and the engine sounds like its knocking a bit with a screeching sound loudest at the front of the drivers side, also the ad ratio seems a lot more active on hard revs,

Could it be pb blaster burning off still? Only drove for 10 or so miles)

All plugs and coils are secured tightly and sufficiently.


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Old 05-01-2013, 11:39 PM   #2
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Just to note its am 05 gt with c&l Cai, Mac mufflers, bama tune, stack pulleys, 3.73s
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What plugs did you use? anything but copper plugs will cause issues. did you use dielectric grease on the cop's? and for future changes I hope you used anti-seize!

why would there be pb blaster in the cylinder? please provide more info


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Try some spray Belt Dressing for a slipping pulley.
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Do your under drive pulleys look like they are wobbling while the engine is running? Is your belt tracking straight?
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The belt appears to be tracking straight and no wobble in the pulleys I torqued them down like I was supposed to.
I used ht1 plugs and anti sieze and boot grease the pb blaster is from when I changed the plugs I used it to loosen some of the carbon
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Try running the engine briefly with the belt off to see if the sound is being caused by the belt/pulley system. Also, how much PB blaster did you use?
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I'm not sure on the pb blaster I know less than half the can but no exact measurement, ill try the belt off tonight and update as such
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When I got home I checked for the sound and it was gone the vehicle is still running odd just no screeching sound
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When I got home I checked for the sound and it was gone the vehicle is still running odd just no screeching sound
Is the engine misfiring?
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