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Noise under intake manifold

My 1994 V6 Mustang is making a rattling or clicking noise under the intake manifold.  It sounds like a loose part is hitting the camshaft or lifters. It happens between idle and 1500 RPM.

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    Popping noise in plastic intake plenum

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    my engine has a clicking noise that sounds like a lifter

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Best thing to do is to take the intake and valve covers off, its possible you may have inadvertently sucked something up and it's in you intake. That is the best solution.

No telling what it is until you take things apart and take a look. It shouldn't be too hard, make sure you get new gaskets, gaskets are cheap anyways.

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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