I'm in the process of fixing a blown head gasket on my 1994 Pontiac Grand Am GT I'm pretty sure the clicking you're talking about is probably the sound of your engine missing.When coolant gets into the cylinders it causes the engine to misfire.If I were you I wouldn't worry about the clicking noise so much as the fact that you're driving with a blown head gasket and ruining your engine.I'd at least get some head gasket sealant from Autozone if nothing else.
No. A blown head gasket would result in engine coolant entering the cylinders. You would have steam and radiator fluid coming from the exhaust pipe. Depending on where the gasket has let go and how badly could also mean damaging the pistons and valves, but such damage would only occur at higher RPM's. The "ticking" sound you hear is probably a sticky valve lifter. Change your oil or add a can of Risilone. That should fix the problem.
funny you bring this question up....im 17 and bought a 1998 buick century with a 3100 sfi engine about a year ago. one cold morning i started it up and heard that ticking sound you mentioned. it did this for about three weeks before my motor blew up..what was it in my case? A blown head gasket. hope this helps
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