The most likely cause of a ticking sound in a motor is a bad timing belt. A valve out of time can also cause a ticking sound.
can you elaborate? engine noise? stationary/moving? ticking, tapping or a definite knocking?
ticking sound in engine is usually not caused by a timing belt ticking is usually caused by worn cam shaft or clifters most cars now have hydraulic lifters. if oil is low it will cause ticking. if a lifter is worn it will cause ticking these should have been ckecked for wear when replacing timing belt
Hey Mart==Generally just one valve ticking wouldn't cause a power loss. It deoends on what kind of car and engine you have. It could be an injector ticking which would cause a dead miss. GoodluckJoe
look for a shorted electric motor like window motor. when the motor contacts fail they can cause the "ticking" and it drains the power constantly, even when the ignition is off.
Ticking in an engine generally refers to the valves. If ticking is apparent on a 1994 Chevy Lumina tighten the valves to factory specifications.
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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.
no cause a 1994 may have a bigger engine
you may have a bent valve
It has both.
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you could be looking at piston slap.(lot of$$) but if you confusing ping with ticking it may be an easier problem.On the other hand there is another type of ping that is cause by the timing. you need to have it check by a proffesional.
Terrible engineering that's why it's a Honda
No. Low fluid alone should not cause that.
Normally loose tappets will cause a ticking sound in the engine. Depending on if you have mechanical or hydraulic tappets you may need to have them replaced or simply adjusted.
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If a spark plug is not tightened correctly it will tick when the cylinder compresses.
if it is cracked or the gasket is bad sometimes they sound like ticking lifters. look for carbon deposits at joints and on the manifolds themselves.
CV Joints? Rocks in the tire tread?
Most likely it's a CV joint.