70 is little high for the oil pressure. It sounds like their could be some blockage in the oil holes that run to the top of the engine. The ticking could be coming from the lifters or valves not getting enough oil.
the wheel has to get changed you ediot
Not that familiar with Jeeps, but you could have a collapsed lifter, or you might have a rocker arm out of adjustment.
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.
the ticking noise is a small exhaust leak close to the exhaust headers or exhaust pipe near the engine.
Take it to a mechanic
if ticking noise is in engine, u most likely have a worn hydraulic lifter. check oil for correct volume and viscocity
The ticking noise is the metal cooling.
The fuel injectors make the ticking noise you hear at startup, especially when the engine is cold (colder temperatures).
yes, my 2000 grand prix gtp is losing power and makes ticking noise.
from which part of your engine is the ticking noise coming from. if is the TOP it would most likely be lifter noise.try using a thicker oil.
My 2006 TT-R has a slight ticking noise. BTW the bike is almost brand new, almost 10 hours on it.
Is it a lifter ticking?
could be a lifter sticking
Most likely the ticking you are hearing is that from your solonoid. This is generally related with insufficient power from the battery.
i had that happen to did you change your own brakes? because i sent mine in and it cost like $300 to get it fixed plus get brakes put on so idk what they put on to fix that ticking noise.
there is a rattling noise in the area of the serpentine bell
Try to locate the ticking noise. Is it the engine? Is it ticking when you are driving? When you are sitting still? It could be as simple as a stone stuck in yoru tire, everytime it hits the road it ticks. it could be a lifter in the engine. Try to be more specific as to where and when the ticking happens.
battery is dead
There is a little circuit board on the back of the cluster that runs the tach, It is the usual cause of a non working tach. The ticking noise could be a loose timing chain.
well it sounds like your lifters are ticking The connecting rods screaming LET ME OUT!!!
== == Could be a pebble stuck in the tread of one of your tires.The ticking noise only appears to disappear because the tone or pitch of the noise gets higher with speed to the point at which it is undetectable to the human ear.
The ticking sound is coming from the valve lifters. When the oil filter is changed, air is introduced into the system, which causes air bubbles to form in the oil. This causes the valve lifters to "leak down", which is what causes the ticking sound. It can take several days for the bubbles to dissipate. It's annoying, but harmless.
The Mysterious Ticking Noise