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What may cause a clicking noise from the engine of a 1995 Pontiac Firebird or even shut down while driving?

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2006-04-09 19:44:14
2006-04-09 19:44:14

If there is a clicking noise get it to a mechanic you engine is blown and may be saved. Most likely you'll need a new one because a lifter is broken and it would be cheaper.

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