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I have a 2006 pacifica and it has a tick coming from the top side of the motor and the tick increases with acceleration

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This can often signify lack of lubrication at the top of then engine.

How many miles has the vehicle done, since it's last oil & filter change?
Is the vehicle often parked on an incline?

An oil change may rectify this - I recommend you select your oil carefully.

You can also buy a special oil additive, specifically designed to lubricate the lash adjusters at the top of the engine.

Hope this helps...

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