The "tick" of the engine is caused by the pre-ignition in the chamber before it reaches the spark plug. Because the gas is combusting before it reaches the spark plugs, this is causing the "tick" noise. Recommend using a higher grade of fuel "mid-grade" Have you checked your oil lately? If not check it and if it is low add more and the ticking should go away. are you sure you are not hearing the normal noise of the fuel injectos doing their job? a properly-working fuel injector will make a clicking noise. Some times you can hear it while driving in a quiet place, or when the engine is running and you are under the hood. THAT is a normal sound. http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?UseCase=S001&UserAction=viewSimpleDiagInfo&Parameters=info answer not pre-ignition. ticking sound is more likely to be a small exhaust manifold leak. or a sticky hydraulic lifter, an engine flush and oil change will fix it ANSWER FROM DAN
the ticking noise may be your lifters if you put new oil in and the ticking does not go away try tightening your lifters. you may want to take the car to a garage because you could wreck more than help if you over tighten. or don't fit gasket correctly.
The symbiosis between the tick and the deer is parasitism. The ticks bite could cause infection or it could even cause amnesia if enough blood is taken by multiple ticks.
No, but something that could cause uneven idle could cause the check engine light to turn on.No, but something that could cause uneven idle could cause the check engine light to turn on.
yes cause the dog could get lime disease
a lot of times its your timing belt, if its more of a knock its could be a rod knock
Cause he could shoot a tic off'n animal
No. It would cause the coolant and oil to mix and it would look like a Milkshake drain oild and check it.
Yes, just about any sensor on the engine could cause a no start.Yes, just about any sensor on the engine could cause a no start.
A vacuum leak could cause that.
could be loose tappits ,you will need to remove the tappit cover from the top of the engine and check the gap between the tappit and the top of the valve stem with feeler guages and reset to the recommended spcifications.
I have a 1989 Probe and also had a tick, I found that the exhaust manifold bolts were loose. I removed the heat shield and tighten the bolts. NO MORE TICK
If an engine was not assembled properly it could cause a low power complaint.If an engine was not assembled properly it could cause a low power complaint.
It could.It could.
sounds like you may have a short in the electrical system would be my only guess
The reason most people burn ticks out of skin is because the heat from whatever they are burning it with makes the tick back out of the skin. If you just ripped the tick out the head would and or could detach and cause a sickness called tick fever that is most times fatal.
Fire should be avoided in terms of bringing it in to contact with skin. It can cause burns and infection. To remove a deep tick, try using dish soap. This will cause the tick to burrow out.
First, is it a tick or more of a clatter? (I know, I know, not trying to slit hairs here, but its important) A light tick could be anything from insufficient oil level to excessive valve lash (not sure if this is an older pushrod or newer hydraulic lifter engine, sorry). If its a deeper clatter (more what I think of as "diesel" sounds) then it could range from something as simple as premature ignition timing (spark knock), which could just require an adjustment to the distributor, to something as serious as rod or main bearing knock (very serious indeed, requiring an engine rebuild to correct).
You can get infected when removing a tick with your hand because some ticks can be poisonous. When you remove a tick, it can bite you, or cause an reaction. The pois
Anything that could cause a cylinder misfire can cause the check engine light to flash. A restricted fuel filter is one.Anything that could cause a cylinder misfire can cause the check engine light to flash. A restricted fuel filter is one.
An example of a parasite would be a tick, the host would be a human. A tick could give the human lyme disease, which would cause harm to the human.
If the vehicle has over 100,000 miles on it, it may need a new timing belt and pulleys replaced. This may cause the engine to tick as it is moving out of timing.
Ticks are often harmful to humans. For instance, the sheep tick could cause Lyme disease in humans.
A loose engine mount would not normally cause the engine to fall out because each car has several motor mounts. A loose mount could cause the motor to be off of balance.
Honestly yes. it can cause major problems and all together it could cause your engine to blow. so id change them they arent that hard.