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There is a clicking noise during the idle and it seems to raise and lower when the throttle is pressed. i am thinking timing belt. but i do not know. seems to be coming from just in front or on top of the engine. any help would be great. thanks

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More likely your rocker arms--you may have a failing hydraulic lifter. What engine do you have?

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