This sounds like a hydraulic valve lifter that is dirty, sticking and is not getting enough oil to lubricate the lifter. After the engine warms up and the oil pressure is stable, the lifter begins to get enough oil and quiets down. Try changing your oil and use a lighter weight oil like 10/W/30. After 2500 miles return to your former vescosity oil.
Ticking is not that that big of a deal to require a new engine. If your engine is knocking, it is a big deal. Make sure your car is ticking first. Ticking is usually caused by the valvetrain of the engine when it is not properly lubricated. As the engine increases oil pressure the oil makes its way into the valvetrain and the sound should go away. If it goes away when the engine is warm, it's likely ticking. If it is ticking, it sounds like you might be low on oil. Add a half quart see if it goes away. Then check your dipstick to make sure your are in the "safe zone." On some cars, you need to go above the "full" mark (ONLY A LITTLE, at most 1 quart over, which is about the same as the distance from full to low marks on the dipstick). It may need more oil, but use judgment from there. Hope that helped. I do not think it is a big deal, if your engine makes ticking noise. I drive my subaru seit 7 years with such kind of noise and never had any problems.. Do not replace engine for such small thing, most likely is your hyd.lifter a bit noisy. So what :)) Good luck.
The engine parts are rubbing until the engine oil pressure builds up and the oil starts to lube the parts. Old oil, wrong viscosity, or a clogged filter can cause this to be worse than necessary.
it may be an exhaust manifold gasket. when they are bad, they make a tapping soud til it heats up and semi-seals itself. it's one thing to have checked.
She feels it. and starts to moan louder.
Well i guess the noise starts getting louder and louder as the train is coming?
The ticking noise could be worn out rocker arms under valve covers. Switch to heavier weight oil if ticking noise subsides that could be your problem. This is usually a sign of a high mileage engine. Worst case scenario would be weak oil pump not getting oil to top of heads.
probably need to adjust your valves
Check the engine coolant temprature sensor it may be sending the wrong signals to the ECU making the ECU think the engine is cold and overfueling the engine.
A timing chain is something that will normally last until the engine needs an overhaul. It is starts making a noise, or you cannot keep the engine timed, it may need replacing. Otherwise it is not an item you replace at a set interval.A timing chain is something that will normally last until the engine needs an overhaul. It is starts making a noise, or you cannot keep the engine timed, it may need replacing. Otherwise it is not an item you replace at a set interval.
As long as the can remains unopened, not likely. Once the container is openned though, the clock starts ticking.
When you can not figure out why your car makes a strange noise, you take it to a mechanic.
A bad relay switch could be the culprit if dash lights remain on after engine starts in a Toyota. Cold weather can also cause these lights to stay on after the engine starts.
Same problem... ticking eventually goes away and it starts. Need a new computer.
sort of like a humming? wheel bearings dude! if it starts humming at about 30mph and just gets louder faster you go, its the wheel bearings. and get used to it, i have blown 4 on my ion 3
The one that never starts its engine.
that the engine has nitro power which goes to the engine. when the engine receives the signal the engine starts to work
Tornadoes are unpredictable but there are some signs of a tornado is coming. If the sky is a sickly green color, it starts to hail and rain hard, if the wind starts picking abnormally, if debris is being swirled around counterclockwise, if it gets calm right after a thunderstorm, or if a there is a continuous thunder roar that keeps get louder and louder then that is a tornado.
Oil pressure shouldn't register at all until the engine starts and builds up pressure.
The solenoid activates the contact when the ignition key is on which inturn turn the engine then starts the engine.