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AE
1978 Jaguar XJ6 Engine Exhaust Valve AE

P311-3E22C03    W0133-1637511  New

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$31.85
AE Engine Exhaust Valve
  • ; Black "Black" = Surface hardening (for use with unleaded gasoline)
  • Black
Brand: AE
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Vehicle
1978 - Jaguar XJ6
AE
2001 Volkswagen Golf Engine Exhaust Valve 4 Cyl 1.9L AE

P311-1313EED    W0133-1625998  New

Qty:
$16.16
AE Engine Exhaust Valve
  • 96.85mm - New hydraulic lifters are recommended by VAG to be replaced at the same time as new valves are also replaced. It is further recommended that the lifters are allowed to "Settle" for a minimum of 30 mins to allow excess oil to drain. If this recommendation is not complied with, some valves will contact the piston. This will cause the valve to break at the collet groove. It is also ideal if the engine be allowed rest over night before starting the engine for the first time. Engine should be turned by hand 1st
Brand: AE
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2001 - Volkswagen Golf L 4 Cyl 1.9L 116 1896
AE
1996 Volkswagen Passat Engine Exhaust Valve AE

P311-1313EED    W0133-1625998  New

Qty:
$16.16
AE Engine Exhaust Valve
  • ; Eng: 770001-
  • 96.85mm - New hydraulic lifters are recommended by VAG to be replaced at the same time as new valves are also replaced. It is further recommended that the lifters are allowed to "Settle" for a minimum of 30 mins to allow excess oil to drain. If this recommendation is not complied with, some valves will contact the piston. This will cause the valve to break at the collet groove. It is also ideal if the engine be allowed rest over night before starting the engine for the first time. Engine should be turned by hand 1st
Brand: AE
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Vehicle Engine Designation Engine Range
1996 - Volkswagen Passat 1Z 770001 and up
AE
1997 Volkswagen Golf Engine Exhaust Valve AE

P311-1313EED    W0133-1625998  New

Qty:
$16.16
AE Engine Exhaust Valve
  • ; Chas: 042 169-
  • 96.85mm - New hydraulic lifters are recommended by VAG to be replaced at the same time as new valves are also replaced. It is further recommended that the lifters are allowed to "Settle" for a minimum of 30 mins to allow excess oil to drain. If this recommendation is not complied with, some valves will contact the piston. This will cause the valve to break at the collet groove. It is also ideal if the engine be allowed rest over night before starting the engine for the first time. Engine should be turned by hand 1st
Brand: AE
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Vehicle Engine Designation Chassis Range
1997 - Volkswagen Golf AHU 042 169 and up
AE
2009 Volkswagen Jetta City Engine Exhaust Valve AE

P311-37308B5    W0133-1623915  New

Qty:
$34.41
AE Engine Exhaust Valve
  • 91.15mm
Brand: AE
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Vehicle
2009 - Volkswagen Jetta City
AE
2002 Volkswagen Cabrio Engine Exhaust Valve AE

P311-37308B5    W0133-1623915  New

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$34.41
AE Engine Exhaust Valve
  • ; Eng: 807 452-
  • 91.15mm
Brand: AE
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2002 - Volkswagen Cabrio 807 452 and up
AE
1996 Volkswagen Jetta Engine Exhaust Valve AE

P311-37308B5    W0133-1623915  New

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$34.41
AE Engine Exhaust Valve
  • ; Chas: 000 001-
  • 91.15mm
Brand: AE
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1996 - Volkswagen Jetta Trek 000 001 and up
AE
1996 Volkswagen Golf Engine Exhaust Valve 4 Cyl 1.8L AE

P311-37308B5    W0133-1623915  New

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$34.41
AE Engine Exhaust Valve
  • ; Chas: 107410-
  • 91.15mm
Brand: AE
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1996 - Volkswagen Golf L 4 Cyl 1.8L 109 1780 107410 and up
AE
2000 Audi S4 Engine Exhaust Valve AE

P311-15327A6    W0133-1617479  New

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$20.80
AE Engine Exhaust Valve
  • ; 105.1mm
  • 105.1mm - New hydraulic lifters are recommended by VAG to be replaced at the same time as new valves are also replaced. It is further recommended that the lifters are allowed to "Settle" for a minimum of 30 mins to allow excess oil to drain. If this recommendation is not complied with, some valves will contact the piston. This will cause the valve to break at the collet groove. It is also ideal if the engine be allowed rest over night before starting the engine for the first time. Engine should be turned by hand 1st
Brand: AE
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2000 - Audi S4
AE
2005 Volkswagen Golf Engine Exhaust Valve 4 Cyl 1.8L AE

P311-15327A6    W0133-1617479  New

Qty:
$20.80
AE Engine Exhaust Valve
  • 105.1mm - New hydraulic lifters are recommended by VAG to be replaced at the same time as new valves are also replaced. It is further recommended that the lifters are allowed to "Settle" for a minimum of 30 mins to allow excess oil to drain. If this recommendation is not complied with, some valves will contact the piston. This will cause the valve to break at the collet groove. It is also ideal if the engine be allowed rest over night before starting the engine for the first time. Engine should be turned by hand 1st
Brand: AE
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2005 - Volkswagen Golf L 4 Cyl 1.8L - 1781
TRW
2006 Audi A4 Engine Exhaust Valve 4 Cyl 2.0L TRW

P311-3FBE0EA    W0133-1773903  New

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$67.11
TRW Engine Exhaust Valve
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • 101.9mm
Brand: TRW
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2006 - Audi A4 L 4 Cyl 2.0L 121 1984
TRW
2013 Audi A6 Quattro Engine Exhaust Valve 4 Cyl 2.0L TRW

P311-3FBE0EA    W0133-1773903  New

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$67.11
TRW Engine Exhaust Valve
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • ; It is recommended to check the Timing Chain for wear / stretch and the condition / function of the Timing Tensioner.
  • 101.9mm
Brand: TRW
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2013 - Audi A6 Quattro L 4 Cyl 2.0L 121 1984
TRW
2009 Audi TT Engine Exhaust Valve TRW

P311-3FBE0EA    W0133-1773903  New

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$67.11
TRW Engine Exhaust Valve
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • ; EngVin#:F
  • 101.9mm
Brand: TRW
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Vehicle Engine Designation
2009 - Audi TT BPY
TRW
2016 Mini Cooper Countryman Engine Exhaust Valve TRW

P311-015782F    W0133-1831539  New

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$34.96
TRW Engine Exhaust Valve
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • For valve guide, see part # V71190.
Brand: TRW
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Vehicle Aspiration
2016 - Mini Cooper Countryman Naturally Aspirated
AE
2010 Mini Cooper Engine Exhaust Valve AE

P311-16C0005    W0133-1831540  New

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$28.10
AE Engine Exhaust Valve
  • For valve guide, see part # V71190.
Brand: AE
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Vehicle Aspiration
2010 - Mini Cooper Turbocharged
Genuine
2004 Hyundai Tiburon Engine Exhaust Valve 4 Cyl 2.0L Genuine

P311-1366906    W0133-1650636  New

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$20.40
Genuine Engine Exhaust Valve
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Genuine
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2004 - Hyundai Tiburon L 4 Cyl 2.0L - 1975
Mopar
2002 Chrysler Voyager Engine Exhaust Valve Mopar

P311-2A70AAD    W0133-1671298  New

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$29.84
Mopar Engine Exhaust Valve
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Mopar
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2002 - Chrysler Voyager Base
Mopar
2001 Chrysler Concorde Engine Exhaust Valve 6 Cyl 3.2L Mopar

P311-57C61D1    W0133-1668933  New

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$31.48
Mopar Engine Exhaust Valve
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • ; Engine - EGW
Brand: Mopar
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2001 - Chrysler Concorde V 6 Cyl 3.2L 197 3200
Mopar
2002 Dodge Intrepid Engine Exhaust Valve Mopar

P311-57C61D1    W0133-1668933  New

Qty:
$31.48
Mopar Engine Exhaust Valve
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Mopar
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Vehicle Submodel
2002 - Dodge Intrepid R/T
AE
1966 Porsche 912 Engine Exhaust Valve AE

P311-3E032E2    W0133-1615825  New

Qty:
$29.79
AE Engine Exhaust Valve
  • ; 34mm Diameter
Brand: AE
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1966 - Porsche 912

Latest Exhaust Valve Repair and Installation Advice

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Intake and Exhaust valve

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Question From benghazi on Intake and Exhaust valve

Is the Intake and Exhaust valve of Chevy Cobalt 2007 Same Dimensions or they are Different ??

if they are different please i want there Dimensions ?

Response From speed Top Rated Answer

I believe the exhaust valves are larger diameter, but youve also got 3 different engi.es available for this car so youve got 6 different valves what motor do you have 2.0l supercharged, 2.2l, or 2.4l?

Exhaust valve

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Question From GC on Exhaust valve

1999 Honda cr-v 2.0. Miss at idle. Cyl #1 misfire Strong spark all 4. Compression #4 180 #3 190 #2 190 #1 60 Added oil to cyl #1, recheck comp. No change. Vacuum good, no bouncing needle. Before I condemn the exhaust valve, just thought I'd get some input. Any thoughts? How bad are these to tear down?

Response From GC

Hissing at tailpipe. Not going any further on this for the time being. If I end up tearing into it, I'll let you know. Doesnt look too bad to tear down. Shining light down into cylinder shows top of piston looks nasty. 190k miles, not worth doing unless going to do a major overhaul, IMO. Doesnt look like timing cover has been off recently. Should have done leakdown before posting, was just in a hurry and brain fart I guess. Dont get to break out that tool too often.

Response From Discretesignals

Try a cylinder leak down test on that cylinder. That will tell you which valve is leaking. Haven't had one of those apart yet, so your the guinea pig...lol

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

? The cylinder @ 60 PSI. Perhaps just get that to TDC and blow air in plug hole. Bet you hear it come out exhaust pipe vs another,

Tom

Response From Hammer Time

Anyone mess with the timing belt recently. It could have a bent valve. Doing a leakdown test would be the next step.

Inlet and Exhaust Valve Mechanism

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Question From kjjenks on Inlet and Exhaust Valve Mechanism

Hi,

In a four-stroke engine, do the inlet and exhaust valves open and close mechanically or electronically (as in, is there some computer software electronically controlling the valves)? I am learning about how engines work and was a little confused about the valves.

Thanks!

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

That is a good question. Most engines you'll see will use a mechanical way of opening the valves. "Google" valve train and there is lots of information on that. On some experimental engines electrical solenoid operated valves and pneumatic valves are used.

94 chevy 2.2 exhaust valve push rod plates breaking!

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Question From rfelice on 94 chevy 2.2 exhaust valve push rod plates breaking!

Hello , I have a 94 Chevy Caveleir 2.2 standard. I recently blew the head gasket and the head cracked. It ran a bit hot and was blowing water out of the exhaust. We replaced the head with a brand new head. It ran fine for about 10 miles and some of the exhaust valve push rod guide plates broke causing the rocker arms to come off of the valves. We took the new head back to the shop and got another new head this time replacing the lifters and push rods. We drove it 10 miles and the same thing happened again. We are stumped! Has anyone ever ran into this problem before? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

Response From dave284 Top Rated Answer

The only thing that I can think of is the installation procedure of the rocker arms is somehow wrong, like over-torqueing maybe? Are you sure the camshaft didn't warped?

Low compression in only one cylinder

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Question From kaioken on Low compression in only one cylinder

I have a 98 Infiniti QX4, what could cause low compression in only one cylinder (cyliner 2 has 96 PSI)? How much will it cost to fix if it's the ring or clogged exhaust valve or shoud I just get a new engine? the current engine has 186,500+ miles. because of the low compression it obviously has some starting issues but only when it has been driven and then sits for about a half hour. It then takes holding the starter on for a bit longer and then stepping on the gas to get it started. The dealership told me to put some oil additive like restore in it because it might fix my problem. So far it has. starts just fine everytime. Still can't believe a dealership would suggest that though. I'm sure this is just a bandaid fix and it will soon stop working. any suggestions out there?

Response From Hemi Guy Top Rated Answer

The most common causes of low compression in single cylinder are a burnt exhaust valve or rounded lobe on the camshaft. Have both (or one or the other) been ruled in or out? You don’t need to replace or rebuild the entire engine. In the worst case scenario, (a burnt exhaust valve and rounded cam lobe) a repair is possible. Note that this sort of repair is not for the faint hearted. You have to get the car to a real old time pro. Figure on spending just under a grand. The possibility of a stuck exhaust valve is also very real. For that try three applications of “Sea Foam” at one thousand mile intervals. Don’t pour the “Sea Foam” into the fuel tank. Instead follow the instructions on the can for introducing the “Sea Foam” into the engine via an engine vacuum source.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Your quote:
"The most common causes of low compression in single cylinder are a burnt exhaust valve or rounded lobe on the camshaft. " Any more questions?
Your quote:
" Now after writing all this I need a drink"
Me, too.

Oh, and by the way, The Purple Heart is awarded to one that is wounded or killed in battle. I'm not aware of an award that is given for 'killin' the enemy.

Response From Sidom

Wow so many questions......so little time......


How would Restore® make and engine with a burnt valve or flat cam run better?

How would a flat cam affect the compression test? (actually there is a good answer for this, I wonder if he can get it)

How on Gods green earth is someone with an Infinity QX4 going to get a quality valve job for under a grand????

Hemi guy.....I'm beggin.......I'm pleadin...........Please.......Put the crack pipe down & step away from the keyboard......

The 1st step is admitting you have a problem..........

Response From Hammer Time

ROFLMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Response From Hemi Guy

No crack for me my friend. You keep it and have fun. Enjoy yourself. I’m sticking with “Jim Beam” J

Just a reminder to all those who responded We’re Talking low compression here not no compression. The poster stated compression test revealed a 96 psi in the second cylinder.

Worn camshaft lobe

Mild wear of a camshaft lobe will cause reduced height of the lobe or a flat spot on top of the lobe. Often this condition is called a "Square Cam". Even with the right valve lash adjustment the valve will open and close at the correct time, but it will not open as far as it is supposed to. Like this the engine will run pretty well at idle and up through midrange speeds. However at higher speeds the engine will lose torque because the valve doesn't open far enough causing restriction of high speed flow. At higher speeds the engine may lose so much torque that it seems like its misfiring. A tapping sound is also possible at any speed, but the tapping sound would sound greater at a lower engine speed. That’s because the engine makes less noise at a lower speed, and it makes it easier to hear the tapping noise. A badly worn cam lobe is called a "Round Cam". With this the cam lobe is worn down so far that it looks like a circle. With this condition the valve could open late and close early, and could also have a small amount of lift. With just a small amount of lift the engine could run nearly normally. At idle the engine could shake a little. On any speed higher than a slow idle the engine will seem to be completely misfiring on that one cylinder. To check for a worn camshaft you have to measure the valve travel at the top of the valve spring while the engine is turned slowly by hand. When the camshaft is removed from the engine you have to measure the cam lobes directly for base circle and cam apex height. Now you subtract the base circle diameter from the total lobe height to get cam lift. Now multiply the cam lift by the rocker arm ratio to get the valve lift

Now after writing all this I need a drink. J





Response From re-tired

I dont know what manual your quoteing but it has some errors. A worn cam lobe cannot have correct valve timing it will open late and close early .Compression will be near normal as the cyl stiill takes in air from the good valve . however it will show up as a weak cyl as the fuel air mixture is not being Drawn in. Valve lift can be determined by measuring lift at the push rod and multipling the ratio of rocker on a overhead valve eng or the thickness of the shim on a overhead cam eng. cam wear is asymertical and will always result in sympathic lobes .An exception to this of course is a broken cam where as the undriven half of the cam will always be late equally regardlessof of absense of wear.

Response From Hammer Time

RT, your just making his head hurt now..............LOL

Response From Hemi Guy

(Quote) RT, your just making his head hurt now..............LOL

Not even close Hammer. Granted its 3:10 here in Ridgewood Queens New York, and granted I’m about half way through a fifth of “Jim Beam” LOL, (as already stated I don’t do crack) but understand something….I’m a big strong man and I can take it. Here’s a little background about myself. I started spinnin wrenches when I was 14. I put down the wrenches long enough to enlist in the Marines. I couldn’t wait to get to Nam, and once there I quickly earned a purple heart killin the enemy. After Nam I picked up the wrenches and started them spinnin again, and haven’t put them down since. I’m always willin to learn something new and different from a better man. I know a lot, but don’t claim to know it all. Now all you gotta do is convince me that you’re that better man. You have a right to disagree. I fought for and gave you that right. Now just post the facts buddy. If I’m wrong, tell me why? Facts only guy.


Retired,

Granted you may know a little something about engine rebuilds. Here’s a question for you. Straight up and with no tricks. Usin simple arithmetic and the information posted in my last response, tell us why why the industry standard rocker arm ratio is 1.42:1?

Response From Hammer Time

I quickly earned a purple heart killin the enemy.

That's interesting........... How many do you have to kill to get that award?

Response From re-tired

The ratio you have quoted depends on who and where you get your info from.....Im a student of the great Smoky Yunick . I have the ratio at 1.5 to 1. But if you want an extra 50+ ponies out of a stroker put 1.6 'ers on the coners with a shoebox single plane .I'm retired military ,lost a buddy in TET.What was your unit and dates of tour and where did you get heart ? I'm sota a nam history buff . I may have some pics of your unit .

Response From Hammer Time

Smokey Yunick, I know that guy.

He's the one that made that famous quote "Basa ball ben a berry, berry good to me"

Response From kaioken

Thank you everyone for responding. I have already started saving for a new engine...halfway there Woo Hoo! In the mean time I'll try some sea foam as one responder suggested. One note though My gas mileage is at 19.4mi per gal hwy and I have recently had the suv up to 105mph so I don't think the engine is misfiring. Hopefully I can get an engine from 2003 to fit in it. I would love a jump form 168hp to 240hp.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Hemi; Wouldn't a rounded cam lobe keep the valve from opening? If so, compression would be good. A dealership recommending snake oil? What's up with that? LOL.

Response From Hammer Time

You really should get a more in depth diagnosis before making any rash decisions. This could be as simple as a broken valve spring.

Response From Sidom

If restore is helping the problem then more than likely the problem is in the rings. Even though it's just one cylinder, to fix this problem the whole engine would need to be disassembled. Obviously tests would need to be run to confirm this, at the minimum a leakdown test in addition to the compression test that has already been done.

So basically you are looking at either rebuilding your engine or installing a new one.

It would make no sense to tear a motor down to rering one cyl. I can't imagine a shop willing to do that. Maybe a backyarder might but good luck finding that guy when the job goes South.....


Also I'm as surprised as you are that a dealer suggested that.....It was nice of them to throw out a temporary snake oil fix but it still surprises me they did given the nature of this business these days....

Response From Hammer Time

I would suspect that the additive suggestion was done as an alternative to what they really suggested which would have been a complete rebuild.