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My 2004 Honda Pilot started making a ticking noise it seems to come and go. Is this something I need to have checked out right away?

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When I hear someone describe the sound as ticking I immediately think sticky valve.Do an oil change an add one of those top end lubricants to the oil.you might get lucky and the sound may go away if not I would take it in to a mechanic you trust and have him listen to it.The fact that it comes and goes(most often when cold?) means something might be getting hung up a bit.Best of luck.

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