Question about 2002 Ford Explorer
Ticking is usually from the rocker arms either sticking or wearing out. These parts need a constant suppy of oil to keep them going. You may have sludge built up in your engine causing this. My reccomendation is to bring it to a garage that can do a oil treatment and oild change. Put high milage oil in it. If it keeps ticking after wards you may have to have the rocker lifter adujusted or replaced.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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