Question about 1987 Ford Crown Victoria
I have a ticking sound and we can not find what is causing it .At times .it sound like it maybe coming from the bottom of the car. i really do not know what part it is coming from
OK, here is a mechanics secret that must be maintained in strict confidence... get a 3ft lenght of garden hose or a stick like half a billard q stick or similar sturdy stick. Now put against where you think the noise is coming from and put the stick or hose to you ear while holding it against the source. Move the stethescope around until you locate the source of the sound, then you can fix the suspected culprit. Many times a stuck valve lifter will be the culprit of such elusive ticking and this can be cured with some crankcase oil adative when you change the oil and it will like likely help.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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