That slight ticking sound is probably the injectors firing which is normal.
have found that a ticking noise on the passenger side (under the dash) in the heater b5pdox (you can feel the vibration) on a 1997 town car is probably a vaccumn control switch.
If you hear it only at idle and sounds faint, it is your rocker shaft. They wear on the end and makes a slight ticking noise. Mine has done it for over 100k miles and no problems. I hope you have done reg maint and kept oil changed.
My 2006 TT-R has a slight ticking noise. BTW the bike is almost brand new, almost 10 hours on it.
No but you will feel slight pressure but not alot
Get your oil changed! ASAP! Sounds like you may be getting low on oil; with a slight oil leak... and with a 98 Saturn, that wouldn't be surprising.
Not much. You create slight changes in pressure when you breathe, but it's almost insignificant.
they are fuel injected, there is a filter located on the frame rail on the passenger side . it is under a slight amount of pressure. it would be wise to have a rag around the fitting as you loosen it.
It is more than likely the lifters. Lifters begin to loose some of their ability to hold oil pressure and you get a slight ticking sound, it usually is louder at start up. It is nothign to worry about. As long as you are not hearing a pinging or knocking....those are sounds you need to address quickly
Slight rise in blood pressure is expected in fever due to high cardiac out put.
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Yes, it could be. Regardless where the leak is, it should be repaired.