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Old 01-29-2021, 02:58 PM #16
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Nope. A lash adjuster is not a lifter. We should try to use the proper terms.
You're being pedantic. And you're missing the point.

The point was whether collapsed hydraulic followers could be the source of a start-up clank. Whether the followers are technically "lifters" is irrelevant. Your post implied that the engine has no hydraulic followers of any sort.

And of course all this is irrelevant since the noise has been identified as something else.
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My post implied nothing other than the correct facts. Interesting that you're now using the correct term though. But hey, you can lead a horse to water...
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Oil level was fine when I checked. Can we all just get along
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Sounds like starter disengaged flywheel and continued to run while trying to re-engage the flywheel. Has nothing to do with valve train.
I believe this to be a good angle to pursue.
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Nope. A lash adjuster is not a lifter. We should try to use the proper terms.
As I said before, a rose by any other name-----. See my earlier post. It is still a hydraulic device, but the Toyota engineers put it on the other side of a rocker arm (see the picture in the factory repair manual), just not directly inline with the valve/valve stem. Same function, same purpose, different location.
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I started a separate thread specific for starter grind, but someone on there mentioned it's probably the valve noise. Now I don't know what to think.
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