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Loud tapping noise under hood of my 06 chrysler 300c

There is loud tapping noise uner the hood of my 2006 chrysler 300c it sounds like its coming from the engine but im thinking its a loose valve cover or something that has to do with that can anybody answer that? if so what should i do?

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  • gadsonj Dec 25, 2008

    yes the noise is a constant tick, tick noise that is very annoying for a chrysler

  • gadsonj Jan 03, 2009

    okay ill check that and get back with you

  • Anonymous Jan 18, 2009

    2006 300-3.5 v6 tapping or clicking from the engine.chysler replaced both rock assembly 13000 miles ago but its back again

  • Rotneyb802 Feb 09, 2009

    99 Chrysler 300m, After I purchased the car from a dealer"not mentioned but glad to if someone cares: I took the car back 4 times within a year, same problem every time, they fixed it every time, & the Tick is back again. I think there fix may be to overfill the oil level,but I'm not sure. Ready to get rid of this car. The Tick is very annoying if not embarrassing. Chrysler, or a Dealer needs to tell us there secret.

  • Adam
    Adam May 11, 2010

    Is the noise constant no matter what you do???

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    Had halo lights installed a week before it started

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    After sitting for 10 minutes it want crank

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    a tapping or knocking sound is coming from the front of the motor and under valve cover

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    a tapping and or knocking sound is coming from under the valve cover

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CHECK THE OIL LEVEL, IT MAY BE LOW AND WHAT YOU HEARS IS A VALVE TAPPING.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

  • JOSE MARRERO
    JOSE MARRERO Jan 03, 2009

    good

  • caraway62 Nov 03, 2010

    have consistant tapping/lifter noise in 06 300c AWD/5.7. is there a TSB? or where can I get a image of the engines vale train assembly?

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