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Oil seems to disappear

I have a 2000 a4 1.8 turbo that I bought used with 92000 miles. I took it to the dealer to have the timing belt inspected and the change oil light came on about a block away from the dealer. So I had the oil changed and inspected. Inspected because I heard the lifters ticking. Since the oil change I have put less than 1000 miles on and I noticed the ticking noise again. I checked the oil and I am low. There is no visible oil leak on the garage floor. What should I do to figure out this problem?

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Check if there smoke from the exhaust if its high then there is change oil getting burn in engine ...

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