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I hear a ticking sound in my 1990 leganza with 102k miles on it.what is wrong

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You probably need a oil change.Use a thicker oil ok. lifters seems to be sticking. Good Luck!!!!

Posted on Nov 14, 2010

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hi try getting a service done make sure they use genuine toyota oil and filters

cheers
mark

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