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Q: Ticking noise from car

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I hear a ticking noise.

A: Hello. There could be many reasons for the ...

Hello. There could be many reasons for the ticking noise that you hear. It is possible that the noise you are hearing is coming from the engine internally, the engine pulleys, or from your tires and/or suspension. My suggestion would be that a certified technician, such as one from YourMechanic, complete a test drive and engine diagnosis in order to isolate the source of the ticking noise and recommend the best repair for your issue.

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