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Old 05-21-2006, 20:21   #1 (permalink)
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Lifters/Valvetrain need replacing, please help

Hi there,

I appreciate for checking out my thread.

I've got an '01 Ranger, and late this winter alot of oil was burnt off. The oil got so low that I'm sure I've blown a lifter or two, it doesn't sound too bad. Anyways, I've been trying to shop around for aftermarket parts, and I was just wondering, since I'm just trying to find lifters that are meant for OEM replacement, would any of these be suitable:

http://www.northernautoparts.com/Pro...ProductId=2157

Every link I follow from my 3.0L selection points me to lifters of these engine sizes. It would seem these are the right lifters, no?

The last question is, if my lifters have indeed gone, my only order of business would be to replace the lifters and possibly the valves right? Would that all add up to big costs?

Thanks for any help from anyone, I would appreciate it a lot!

Kurtis Mcleod
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Old 05-24-2006, 17:26   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Lifters/Valvetrain need replacing, please help

If that was my engine and the oil got that low and you have lifter damage,that would be the least of my worries. Consider the bearings,first,then lifter and then all valve train components.
If the lifters are damaged then I know that the bearings have wear as well.
But to answer your question about the right part number, I don't think that it is right. check this website out, it is a genuine ford dealer and the prices seem to reasonable.

http://www.parts.com/partlocator/ind...?siteid=213787
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