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Clicking sound When driving on the freeway it seems to be ok. But when I am on the road, car seems like it wants to stall. It makes a rough sound like a clicking. I would like to get some help? do i just need an oil change or tune up?

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Have the oil changed.put some good gas in it and some fuel injector cleaner .

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