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Ticking noise from under my hood

This noise is comming from under my intakemanafold. i also just had work done on the timing belt because it jumped time on me. i just had a water pump put in with the new water pump houesing gaskets. The car almost over heated on me a month back but i caught it before it hit the red. also i just had the coolent reservour replaced.

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Ticking noise can be a lifter /push rod /or rocker that needs adjusting or has been damaged from overheating [oil turns to sludge and can block oil passages in upper valve train ]or damaged from being out of time bent pushrod,flattened -collapsed lifter

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