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Super loud valve tick, seems like oil pump is gone. how long to change?

1993 mazda mx6 rapping valves. oil pump?

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DOES THE OIL LIGHT COME ON? WHATS THE MILEAGE? WHERE THE HYDRAULIC LIFTERS EVER REPLACED? WHAT GRADE (VISCOSITY) OIL YOU USING?

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