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I read about people using Liqui Moly Cera Tec to address this. I dunno 'bout that...
Posted by: JFrahm (4193) on 2017-10-02 19:11:01
In Reply to: It's your Variable Valve timing gizmos pumping up posted by BrianC72gt on 2017-10-02 17:47:59

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I use ceramic material to cut and polish metal. I did however try Liqui Moly's Moly additive which was $7 or so from Amazon. I was thinking mainly that the moly should get into the porous plastic cam chain pads and might reduce wear. The ticking in this engine has been a lot better since then although it's also been warmer out, we'll know more in a few months.
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