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Hearing a ticking and a friend of mine said that some chryster just do that is that true am worried its the motor

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The ticking on a 1995 with solid lifters or overhead cam design is likely caused by out of adjustment valve lifters. Not sure of milage, but common on high milage cars and especially those with an overhead cam or solid (not oil filled) hydralic lifters. I believe those models had an overhead cam.....Its a DIY job if you're comfortable performing the adjustment and have the tools to measure the gaps.

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