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Its like the windshield is ticking, tried stuffing foam where dash meets windshield but nothing changes. Very iritating
Most likely the sealant has gotten hard and is losing adhesion, the windshield glass is shifting with body flex and chattering on the old sealant. replace windshield or remove and reseal it, should stop it.
Could be if the windshield was replaced a cheap sealant was used. Contact a good windshield replacement company for help or,
excessive body flex might be a previous accident repair done badly, a reputable body shop could tell if it had been repaired, or run a Carfax report on it for the history if unknown. Good luck!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ticking noise
Do this first: Change the oil. I recommend Havoline, or Valvoline 10w30. Make sure to use a GOOD quality oil filter(WIX only). Then buy a can of "Seafoam". Follow the instructions exactly! After 500 miles, repeat the process(except for the "Seafoam"). The "Seafoam" should help to clean up any carbon or junk in the engine. When you change the oil again, add "LubeGuard Engine Treatment". This should help stave off the engine replacement blues.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
Listen real close under dash when trying other windows, and see if you don't hear faint click with them too. I'm guessing your driver side motor is tired, but perhaps a little lube and some coaching, it will come back again, otherwise door panel will have to come off to try a few things, or replace motor. It's the one that gets most used, so is most likely to give out first.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
You diffenently have a positive wire grounding out somewhere
Posted on May 23, 2009
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