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05 3 valve 5.4 timing issues

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Old 06-27-2013, 09:38 AM
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05 3 valve 5.4 timing issues

Hellllp???!!!!!! Got an f150 05, 5.4 3valve,,,,, over last 12 months replaced both cam phasers, last one just 3 weeks ago, still had noise in engine (tic) heading to work it felt like half of the motor shut off, got quiete but missing badly, would not get out of its own way, towed it to shop, found a broken bolt in driver side lower chain guide walleyed out the oil pump bolt hole, and some wear on cover, replaced oil pump and all guides and chains and tensioners, started up, still missing, unable to determin where the miss is, scan shows left cam advanced and right cam retarded, how do you align the the timing, with out going to dealer????? And what else could it be,,,,, we did check for bent valves, and we seem to get good compression in all holes.
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