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My 97 Jeep Grand Cherokee engine is ticking and tonight I barely made it home


I can't say what the noise is from this keyboard so please consult a local mechanic.

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There is a ticking noise when moving


The ticking noise could be coming from a CV joint. Does the ticking noise go away in reverse? A loose brake pad (Anti rattle clip missing or broken) will move back and forth in it's mounting, a warped rotor will enhance this effect, the ticking noise will come when the pads moves upward into it's mounting causing a metal on metal tick.
Does the ticking noise get louder when you are turning the vehicle? If it does this would indicate a worn CV joint.

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My corsa energy won't start there a ticking noise coming from the purple housing relay cann't locate in manual what this operates can you shine sone light my way thanks


that will be the fuel pump or injector relay ( should be 2 there on left fuel pump right injection system) eather way if one not working engine will not start. if it is clicking then it needs to be changed.

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Buzzing noise


It could be feedback from your speakers... Make sure your power cord is grounded and if you have a sub or surround sound don't set the ac power adapter near them.

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My geo metro egine have a ticking sound


If you have adjusted your valves and the ticking persists then try changing your exhaust manifold gasket. A leaking exhaust manifold gasket will often make a loud ticking sound.

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The hardrive makes a constant ticking noise, the screen displays "operating system not found".


Hi

Unfortunatley the ticking noise means the drive is at the end of its life and will need to be replaced

Please leave feedback/vote if this has been useful

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Why does a 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix make a ticking noise at 40 MPH ?


Please try to give more information about the ticking.
Can you pin point the source or location of the Tick?
Is it coming from inside of the Car or out? From the dash, Wheel, Etc
And is the tick a steady tick, Maybe a metalic noise?
Try to expand the on the subject the best that you can.
Then I'll get back to you on this matter.

@Ccr

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Feedback humming noise


This is a tonearm issue. Your tonearm probably has a loose ground connection, or if you moved it recently, may have been damaged in transit. Also, try and move your turntable to a different location in the room. If your near any serious power source (light dimmer switch, microwave, frig, etc), it will only amplify the issue. But other than that, it sounds like a common tonearm issue, and you will need to have your tonearm replaced.

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Feedback noise in speakers and Woofer.


hi wfj1310,
that feedback comes from the distance between the mic and the speakers only. Low the record level from the mic and make the distance bigger.

it makes feedback with any speaker, not only with woofer :-/

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Oct 25, 2007 | Audio Players & Recorders

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