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Getting a ticking noise with light acceleration. With increased speed, the ticking gets faster also. Sounds like right fron, but can't be sure. it only happens when it is in gear and moving.

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  • c_wilkinson Jul 12, 2010

    However, the sound goes away when i release the accelerator and returns again with light acceleration. If I stomp on the accelerator the noise isn't present, just with light acceleration.

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Hi

this problem seems to be like some thing from the wheels touching the statinary parts. because of this when you accelarate the rate increases. please take to the mechanic they wil manage to find it.

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