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Clicking noise when i start my car there is a loud clicking noise coming from my engine. It sounds like it is coming from my oil pan. What could it be

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Happened to our `89 voyager,

check to see if the cover where the spark plugs are(i think they are to the left of the engine) and see if they are zapping the side of the engine head itself. it happened to ours and simply had to replace the spark plug cover.

hope it helps.

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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