Question about 1995 Buick Regal
After giving an oil change a ticking sound comes for a min then stops for same and back again. how can I stop this
Many older vehicles will do this when first started. If yours didn't do it before changing the oil but does now you may want to replace the oil filter with another or better quality one. Sometimes oil filters do their job too well and restrict oil flow.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have had a simillar problem in the past. It may very well be your lifters. A minute or two after cranking the engine, oil lubricates them and they get quieter. Buy a bottle of No-Smoke from Autozone. It is very thick and will temporarily help to silence the problem. You wil have to adress the expensive issue sonner than later. In some instances, a person will use that product to stop any smoking and quiet lifters long enough to sell the car to some poor unsuspecting buyer.
Posted on Mar 25, 2013
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