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2008 mustang v6 3000 miles on it

I have heard a loud ticking noise since i brought this car i have taken it to several dealers who some have said to dont worry and turn up the radio
I believe ford knows about this issue and does not want to repair it i have looked at other forums some suggest a rod bering i have been fighting with ford for several months three different dealers i have paid for my rental car my self any help would be greatly appreciated

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Inquire about a bad timing chain or timing chain pulleys.

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I would try to find another car to compare it with to see if it is a normal noise. Don't compare apples to oranges. Make sure to compare with same year, engine, etc. If you have the concern documented while the car is still under warranty, if something should happen later down the road (out of warranty) you'll have a good case to get it repaired under factory warranty. Good Luck

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