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92 626 ticking

The car has a tick it speeds up with acceleration I

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Is the tick relative to engine speed or road speed, engine speed could be a cracked exhaust. road speed could be a faulty CV Joint, this should change when turning steering lock to lock

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You mention a "ticking" sound,,is this from the top or bottom of engine..?

Does the ticking go on acceleration or increase with engine speed..?

A ticking noise from the top usually indicates camshaft/valve noise..

Run your engine until at normal temperature, then turn off and leave for 5 minutes for oil to settle..

Make sure your car is on level ground and check your oil level..wipe dipstick and check it again, make sure you push the dipstick all the way in an re check oil level. Top up if necessary.

The best thing to do is remove old oil filter. Drop the old oil and fit a new filter, top up with new oil, run the car and check oil level again, top up if necessary.

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this problem seems to be like some thing from the wheels touching the statinary parts. because of this when you accelarate the rate increases. please take to the mechanic they wil manage to find it.

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