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When you drop the oil pan, you will see a screen on a tube. This is the pick-up tube that to to the pump. just follow the short tube up, and the pump is right there. Hope this helps

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If the gauge is reading low oil pressure - I would change it regardless if it was ticking or not.. I have never heard one tick..

The ticking could be a lifter (or something else) not getting enough oil..

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Bleeding won't fix it,If it can be put in gear and car doesn't move your clutch is no good.

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The bleeder is located on the slave cylinder at the bell housing of the transmission. Follow the clutch pressure line down to the bell housing, and you will find the bleeder. To bleed the system properly, you will need to have someone push the clutch in, and hold it until you open the bleeder, and close it again. Repeat steps until you have a good solid clutch pedal. Make sure to not let the fluid level in the reservoir get too low as it can **** in air, and you have to start all over.

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