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Old 02-12-2019, 02:11 PM
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Valve Noise 3.7 ltr in the am

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Just bought a 2009 RL 3.7 engine. Took ownership yesterday. Car has only 40,000certified miles. To my surprise, as I starded the car this am valve noise appeared, to disappear when engine hot around 5 mnts/
Previous owner said that at the dealer shop claimed it was usual for this engine and not to worry. Any ideas on how to correct this??
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Congrats on your purchase.

Pictures of new car and under hood go a long way around here.

At 40 000 miles? Hmmm..

The maintenance minder lists a valve adjustment at a certain mileage... I was under the impression it's after the timing belt interval.

But did you check/evaluate the car with a third party mechanic? This could be a simple valve adjustment, or something else. But I'm no expert.
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