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Loud Ticking or Knocking

The truck runs fine but the knocking or loud ticking is two much. Is it timing or injectors or what

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It is hard to tell..most of the time
engine knock .is cause by...very low grade gasolines..."it could be that"

hope this helps...

Posted on May 10, 2009

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