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When I switch the engine off to my 93 mazda it has a clicking noise - is thi sjust the engine cooling down?

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The noise is caused by the hot exhaust, all cars do this, the exhaust gets up to 1000 degree's. The noise is the metal contracting as it cools, it is a clicking or popping noise.

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