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My 2004 dodge durango makes a clicking sound after i start it and only when it's been off for awhile. it almost has 100,000 miles on it and runs great. i have no other problems. the sound usually goes away after it's warmed up. any advice would be appreciated. thanks

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Its a lifter bleeding down from sitting. its normal to do that if it sits for a week or so.make sure you use the factory recomended oil weight for your climate. also a factory or high quality oil filter is needed.

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