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I have a 2004 F150 with the 5.3 l engine that has 115,000 miles. I just bought a 5000 lb camper and pulled it 300 miles. Now my engine makes a clicking noise that gets louder when i push the accelator. Someone told me to put ATF in the engine for about 1000 miles and it should stop. Any suggestions?

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Yea definitely check the trans fluid first clicking could be many diff things. drive belt. does it burn atf at all?

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