I have this "issue" as well.
Injectors ticking is common and normal, esp. on Toyotas.anyone heard of this?
Ask the dealer if you have the stocks replaced by another shop and the stockers has a crack in them, will they pay for the labor it cost you to install the JBA's? Add $250 is a fair price for the labor....i took the truck to the stealer and they said they were not crack and tried to blame it on my muffler that has less that 5k miles!
It's an all day job. Hardest bolts to get to are the ones behind the motor mounts. For those either get different types of extensions or the other option is to secure the motor and remove the motor mount.I hear that ticking as well. I notice it more when I first start my truck and accelerate. I thought that it was a cracked manifold and I was going to replace them with JBA headers. Does anyone know how difficult ot it is to replace them?
Why would moving the ground wire get rid of your tick?I had the tick until I moved the engine ground wire from the firewall to the power steering bracket.
Hmmm...Let's see....Ok, Shall36, let me pick your brain.
I have the dreaded Tundra Tick, but it's only present when cold & is far worse when under a load (while cold). Which of your three causes would you blame for that?
BTW, how hard is it to adjust cam followers? (with better parenting, would they be cam leaders??)
Had it on a Saturn, but only heard it after I removed the stock airbox and replaced with a chromed metal intake and a foam type (cone) air filter. The ticking at partial throttle was normal for this car. At WOT the injectors stopped cycling and were open all the time. I never heard until I changed the intake. The guys in the Saturn NG said it was normal.anyone heard of this?