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The car has a ticking sound that gets louder as the engine runs.

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  • louteabonds Dec 02, 2008

    Do Chrysler 300's have problems with the lifters.

  • Anonymous Feb 03, 2009

    Can tthis be repaired under the warranty?

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Sounds like a lifter is going bad

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