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Valve adjustment will take some of the shake out of the the engine at idle. They will not make a noise because they get tighter, not looser. If you have valves that are tight they will not fully seat and will loose some of the compression in that cylinder causing it to shake. I'm not sure, but the valves should be adjusted every 125,000 miles or so. It shouldn't cost much more than $200 at a good diesel shop and if you shop around probabley less. If you are a mechanic there are do it yourself instructions in this forum, but it's better if you take it to someone who has experience. Kind of cheap compaired to replacing injectors and trying to guess whats wrong.
2006 2wd long bed quad cab. Bully dog triple dog programer. Cat fuel filter. Transgo shift kit, 135,000 miles.
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