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My prob is that i bought this car a month ago runs gr8 but when started it ticks for awhile someone told me it needs tuneup another told me it needs tappits adjusted and last i was told this car doesnt have tappits but lifters which cost $60 EACH FOR 24 WHICH IS CORRECT

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  • sylvia60 Jan 04, 2009

    thanku i will look in2 that

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The valve lash is adjustable on your car, i would start with a tune up and valve adjustment.

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Hello! I presume from your brief description the ticking/clocking noise goes after a few seconds? if so I wouldn't be at all worried, your Hydraulic lifters are doing there job filling themselves with oil again and getting to work.
If However they are making a clicking/tappety type noise all the time then there is an additive you can purchase specifically designed to assist Hydraulic Lifters of which I would add after a Quality Oil and Oil filter change.
Hope This FixYa's Problem!
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