the clicking noise is either, a) the motor assembly of the speaker rattling, B)cone rattling, C) its just blown. it will need to be replaced either way.
Before I can answer that question, can you describe where the ticking noise is coming from? Front of the vehicle? Rear? Engine? Is it coming from your Wheels? If its coming from the front of the vehicle you might require an oil change. If its coming from the rear of the vehicle it could be your axle. If its coming from your wheels it could be either wheel bearings or a backing plate for your brakes. Does it happen at regular intervals? Are they random and sporadic?
If it's coming from the rear, I would check either your catalytic converter or your muffler. Either could have pieces loose in them that would cause a rattling sound when you either push or release the throttle.
If the ticking is coming from under the dash. It's probably your fan housing, or a misaligned fan. You will have to get to the fan and either replace the fan, or move any obstacles that may be hitting the fan.
If it makes the ticking sound and the engine will not crank, then either your battery is dead or the starter solenoid is shot.
Its either loose or breaking down internally.
I'm getting a rattling sound, too. But my problem is in my speakers. I'd have to guess you either need new speakers, or your problem could be in the hatch door. A friend of mine had that problem. His hatch window was loose or something, and that rattled, and eventually leaked. Hope that helped.
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Either the cam follower arms, or the so called "lifters". No camshaft makes DIRECT contact with the valve stems!
With a tape measure check the length of the camshaft by either checking the new camshaft or measuring along the top of the engine, now take that length and extend it out from the front of the engine to see if you have a straight shot out the front of the block to remove the camshaft, by default the fan, radiator and ac condenser will need to removed for the actual removal of the camshaft.
I have a 1995 sport. the noise you are talking about could be either your Idler or water pump. Very easy to fix if your handy with tools. If its the water pump it may take about 4 hours, but just take your time.
Either she truly means it, or , like so many of us, she is a product of our box-ticking age and is ticking that particular box in case you do get hurt at any stage - then she can say it wasn't her fault, she did warn you.
Either the timing is excessively retarded or you have a worn camshaft or related problem.
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It will have a plug to connect to the wires coming from the harness. This plug can be connected to the sensor with wires or sealed right into the sensor It will have an end that sticks into a hole in the engine. It may be directly held in the block or held in by clip but either way it will be held in by a screw or bolt.
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two sensors camshaft and crankshaft if either of the two or both are bad this will cause the stalling.
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It appears that both of your options are exactly the same, so either (or both!) are correct.
you either but the special tools for the timing belt or take to a reliable shop that is familiar with Volkswagen engines.
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