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2004 1500 truck. Loud ticking noise. Had exhaust checked, no leaks. Shop thought it was in cluch area so dropped tranny to check flywheel, cluch, throw out, pressure plate, nothing. Runs and idles fine. Ran quite on day the very next day loud ticking. Any suggestions?

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If you have a Hemi you might have a broken manifold bolt that causes a leak that sounds like a tick.

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