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When I first start my 2006 CDI Smart I hear a clicking sound,IIf I give it a little RPM it goes away.Any idea where to start looking?

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Valve need to be adjusted.

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You will find using a premium fuel or an additive will rectify this is over time. If using standard Unleaded fuel will dry out the valves making this noise. Noise is more noticable after using Ethanol / Blended fuels.

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