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Q: Car making takh takh noise

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My car is making a takh takh noise from the rear passenger's side.

A: Hi, there could be many different potential...

Hi, there could be many different potential causes for noises from your vehicle. For this particular sound, I would guess that your lifter is stuck. I would recommend having a certified mechanic listen to the vehicle to determine the cause of the sound and move forward with repairs.

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