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CivicRunner
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CivicRunner Mar 9, 1:04am - #414249 
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ticking/knocking sound

ok i have this ticking/knocking sound soming from the top left of my manifold. kinda by the first spark plug from the left. It may be coming from my lift bolt area and ive been having as little truoble with the lift bolts so i prolly need to check them out even though i just replaced them. could it be valve ticking?? what can i do to fix that? isnt there a treatment fluid or whatever?
sorry for the long post thanks...
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eclipseturbogsx Mar 9, 1:22am - #414250 

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could be bent valve, could be our loud injectors, could be a lot of things. You should go get a compression test to be on teh safe side to see if you have a bent valve. Our cars do have loud valves.
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christorres Mar 9, 7:10am - #414251 

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i had to replace my whole engine because i spun two bearings doing a burnout.if that helps you any.

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Virgilson Mar 9, 7:11am - #414252 

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probably a valve tick


does it sound like a diesel trucks engine.
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toysport_celica Mar 9, 7:19am - #414253 

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i think that its your lift bolts... get it check out again even though you just changed it...!

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trdcelica13 Mar 12, 4:40am - #414254 
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i've got this same problem and i have a gt, i am thinking its the valves to but i've been looking for a second opinion, almost sounds like all of them are making the sound.

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GTSGhostRida Mar 12, 5:14am - #414255 

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theres a bomb in your car!!! dont drive past 55 or else you'll blow up!!!!!!!!
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maingear Mar 12, 6:59am - #414256 

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LOL rofl
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maingear Mar 12, 6:59am - #414257 

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LOL rofl
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Lucky_317 Mar 12, 9:11am - #414258 

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the lift bolts would in no way make a ticking sound.

our valve train is VERY loud. also your valve clearance will change over time. you might wanangive that a check and make sure everything is on the up & up. if the roller side is off compared to the slipper side, you'll get an anoying tick. ask anyone at the last so cal meet how my car sounded rofl you could hear the tick louder then the exhaust (which is hella loud with no muffler)

so give that a shot and see what happens. thumbsup

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silverbeast Mar 14, 10:55pm - #414259 

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mine ticks too confused
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