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Making loud ticking noise at idle gets faster with rpm and overheaTED

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The valves may be ticking

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SOURCE: ticking noise while car is running or idling

maybe is the air compresor and that's the noise that you hearing. Put the air in off if the noise stop, your problem is the compresor.

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