You must have a 4.0 SOHC. It's not good. The timing chain guides and tensioners are probably bad. This is a MAJOR operation on that engine. It is not simply a matter of changing a timing chain, guide, and tensioner set, but there are three timing chains on that engine, and none of the sprockets have keyways or timng marks on them. You have to use a set of special alignment and holding tools to align the chains and gears. As said there are three chains. There is a primary chain that is where the old push rod type engine used to be. That is connected to a gear that drives a jackshaft that goes through the middle of the engine and there is a gear on the other end at the rear of the engine block that attaches to a gear and drives another timing chain in the rear that runs the right bank overhead cam. Back in the front, we have a gear behind the jackshaft driving gear, that runs another chain that drives the left bank overhead camshaft. The only explanation I have is that this engine was designed by aliens.
Why is your 1993 Altima Nissan making a clicking noise but does not start?
Apparently it is the rear air "blender" ( whatever that is(?)) My 2003 Explorer was making the loud clicking sound from the rear driver side above the rear left wheel. I lived with it for a month before I just found the answer on the net. I turned off the rear fan control (from the front controls) and the clicking has stopped. I guess there is no more air from the rear now but the clicking has stopped- Car is long been paid off and I'm happy again.
If the Chrysler is only making a clicking noise and will not start, check the starter. Also check the alternator, and the battery. The starter solenoid is more than likely the reason the car is clicking and not starting.
A bad resistor can cause your BCM to make a clicking sound. The clicking noise can be caused by the relays and replacing the BCM will fix the problem.
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It is out of balance..Replace IT!
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Look at the half shaft.
because the gears are clicking on each other when they spin.
no it just gives you arthritest and the clicking is air sockets popping in between your bones
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If a 1999 Mazda Protege keeps making clicking noises, you might have a bad alternator or starter. You could also have a bad ignition or solenoid.
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it is eating the food it stored in its pouches..
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if its making a loud clicking it may be the alternator
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Check the oil first, if oil is low it will run good but just have a constant clicking sound on idle.
Depends on where the clicking is coming from. If it's from the pedal axle, it may be adjustable. If it isn't, you need a new pedal.
That is the neutral safety switch making the click sound.