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dieseladdict99

2001 yamaha warrior 350 need help

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I bought a good running 01 warrior for cheap sounded like it just needed a valve adjustment. Got it home started to check the valves and ugh oh the jam nut on the intake valve is gone. I checked and checked but could not find it. Could the ticking noise I thought was a bad valve adjustment be that nut rattling around somewhere ? Is the next step to start taking the engine apart in search of a nut? For all I know the previous owner took off the nut and lost it. Unlikely but possible. What shall I do next?

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it is highly unlikely that he forgot to put it on but there are idiots out there lol...The ticking would be the valves most likely depending how loud it is, i would probaly pull the head off and look that isnt alot of work but thats just me depends how you think about it

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I have never been into a 2001 yamaha warrior 350 engine to know what all kind of damage a loose nut could cause if any and unless I knew I would pull the head and whatever other parts needed to make sure what exactly was going on. Loose lips sink ships lost nuts in an engine now that could be a disaster!

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