Q: Clicking when putting the vehicle in Drive and accelerating after service

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My vehicle was serviced today by YourMechanic. The service I had done was the fuel rail pressure sensor replacement which requires removing the intake manifold. I'm wondering if anything that was done during that service would have caused the vehicle to click. It happens when I rev the engine and is noticeably louder when the vehicle is in drive. I don't have anyone to rev the engine for me while I listen on the outside but inside it sounds like it's coming from the passenger side.

My car has 167000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi Tristen. Thanks for sending in your question. I’ve forwarded your inquiry to our service team, so they can review the notes made by the technician and provide you an accurate reply based on the exact services that the mechanic performed. They should be contacting you via email as soon as possible.

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