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Performed tsb 08-3-10 and no help
Does the ticking increase and decrease with throttle? If it does Then I'd say piston slap or rod bearing knock. Try to increase your oil vescosity if that doesnt work you better get your bearings replaced before you blow 1 and then you will need a new engine.
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
depending on which trans it is there is a small dipstick on the trans at the front on the bottom these transmissions take a specific fluid so be careful
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
the alternator probably is accessable from the underside of the car without removing the compressor, which would require extensive knowledge and expensive equipment. the best thing to do is purchase a repair manual. this inexpensive investment has detailed procedure and pictures to help you tackle this repair.
Posted on May 25, 2010
only the airbag connections under the seat ,but their is also a pressure sensor as well i think last time i cleaned the contacts on the airbag wires mtheir is a pyrotechnic device as well to pull the seat belt in if a collision ,so have a good look to try to see whats causing the noise ,sure you havent a coca cola can rolling around??
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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