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Something is wrong with the engine

There's a tik sound when i step on the accelarator, it only happens today when i was going to work. when i step to the accelerator for long time the sound gets worst...

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If it sounds like two metal peices, its either a rod or lifter, a rod means new engine time, a lifter can run for some time, bbut robs performance.......

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