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Sound like "gırgırgır"

2005 fjr 1300A 33500KM
there is a sound like "gırgırgır"
(its not ticking) this noise coming only ideling.

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    2005 fjr 1300A 33500KM
    there is a sound like "girgirgir"
    (its not ticking) this noise coming only ideling.


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Your cam chain tensioner needs to be replaced mine has been done twice.

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