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Old 12-08-2012, 11:07 PM
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I have a 02 ram 4.7 had to change the oil pump so got it all back together and it runs but at idle has a little shake kinda like a miss and when taking off from a stop doesnt have the best get up and go was running great and smooth before no cel or anything could the timing be off 1 tooth cause this?
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Anyone Have any ideas?
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Sounds logical yes. Hard to say for sure though.
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It's possible. Getting the timing off by one tooth can result in bent intake valves.
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