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Ticking noise i have a 99 passat similar problem. having ticking noise coming from valvecover and have no idea what is it or how to fix it?

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The first [& easiest] solution is to change your PCV valve.if that dosen't make a difference,it could be valves need adjustment or a problem w/ a valve lifter.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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