The ticking noise is the metal cooling.
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.
I had a similar problem in a taurus. I had to replace the alternator.
well it sounds like your lifters are ticking The connecting rods screaming LET ME OUT!!!
98 Chevy new 383 block 30k, ticking noise from sounds like heads . 210k on heads;
A ticking or clicking sound is probably lifter noise, the valves need adjusting
horses make neighing sounds
My car was making this noise when I started it up. the noise went away after driving for a while. turnd out I just needed more oil.
CV Joints? Rocks in the tire tread?
I just bought an 04 Malibu from a dealer and noticed a ticking noise inside the dash that sounded like the blinker was on but it wasn't. I asked the dealer about it and he told me in these cars it's typical for the turn signal to continuously catch so it would make the noise even though the blinker wasn't actually turning on
when i cut my car off and cut it back on its makes a ticking sounds, then i would have to get a jump then it would fire right up> we just go an 02 censor put on the car.
Collapsed hydraulic valve lifter? Rocker arm (valves) need adjusting?
if it is running, im guessing lifter noise. if you change the oil and put thicker oil in it, and it solves the problem, then im right.
The ticking noise could be worn out rocker arms under valve covers. Switch to heavier weight oil if ticking noise subsides that could be your problem. This is usually a sign of a high mileage engine. Worst case scenario would be weak oil pump not getting oil to top of heads.
Check the oil. Failed lifters/rocker arms would not be uncommon.
can you elaborate? engine noise? stationary/moving? ticking, tapping or a definite knocking?
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.
the wheel has to get changed you ediot
Most likely no brake lights would be due to a faulty switch on the brake pedal or a bad fuse.
A gasket leaking will cause this noise. Did you torque to the right specs and in the right sequence then retorque after 3 heat cycles.
A simple first step would be to check the fuses to these lights, then go from there.
Most likely is knocking. Try next higher octane grade of gasoline.
The cool water hitting your piping hot exhaust makes the metal contract (Shrink) and it makes a ticking noise.