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Engine clicking the engine clicks when put into gear, once the engine is warm the clicking stops

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Most likely lifters rattling. Under torque? How are you with your past maintenance?

Posted on Nov 23, 2013

Testimonial: "maintenance is kept upto date, that it to the toyota dealer and have oil changed every 5,000 miles. I have ask them to check out the noise however they don't have any clues."

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    larry Dec 15, 2013

    Mr Parker I have changed to 5w 30 and the rattling is less, however it is still there.

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    S F Parker Dec 16, 2013

    Larry Find a product by BG Corp, called "MOA" Oil Additive. I believe it will handle your problem, especially if the dealers are at a loss for help. i use it in all my vehicles and a couple of them have over 200 thousand mile and still running great. Check Amazon or Ebay for it. I buy it by the case and have for years, it should be in the $12 a can range. All my family now use it regularly and believe in it. You don't have to change your oil again, just warm your engine and add a can. I'll bet on it to help. Steve


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