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2008 SR M11 ford

Making a chatting noise when the motor is running when u rep it to a level higher than than the running speed it goes

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    What is a "chatting" noise?

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Listen to the noise. Is it on top or bottom of the engine. Is the noise more like tapping or knocking(deeper sound). Neither is good. The reason it goes away is higher RPM's creates more oil pressure.

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