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I recently changed my clutch, clutch fork and ect... on 88 chev truck. I still have a tick...tick...tick...taping noise comming from trans area when fulling letting off the clutch pedal. If I depress the pedal slightly while driving it will stop until I let the pedal back up.

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Did you change pilot bearing? Could also be in the trans. Does it make noise while moving clutch out?

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A ticking noise in the cylinder head area is usually associated with the camshaft/followers, which may be worn.
Here's a couple if images: cause-tick-tick-noise-in-cylinder-drn4r4jcf5cpqfgonvky3zim-5-0.jpg The lobe of the camshaft wears - becomes 'rounded'

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It is unlikely you will have to change any valves, unless of course there is wear/damage.

The reason why the tick noise disappears when you are driving is because oil is getting pumped up to the camshaft area, between the cam lobe and the follower and acting as a 'cushion'.

A vehicle that has hydraulic lifters.. they control valve clearances by using oil. Like conventional cam followers, they can wear.

Changing your oil won't cure any wear. You could try using a valve train additive to try and quieten things down.


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