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Old 02-19-2006, 02:30 AM
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alright, well my car has decided it needs to make a new noise this week. its not ticking, tick, tick, tick.... right under the drivers seat. it seems to be from the exhause, could this be because of a leak?
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Old 02-19-2006, 02:33 AM
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While it's runnin or after it's off. Yes, it could be the exhaust. That's why I asked what I asked.
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Old 02-19-2006, 02:36 AM
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hum, should of said when. it ticks on idle, and on acceleration. but, when going at a constant speed (not accelerating) it seems to be gone.
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Have you listened around under the hood while it's at idle to try to determine the location. Or is that how you know it's under the seat area?
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You know once i heard a ticking sound that i thought was the exhaust. I found out it was the fingers on my clutch pressure plate. same symptoms as your stang.
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I think its your muffler bearings. Its about 75 dollars to replace
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Please don't start that muffler bearing crap.
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i know im new
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I think its your muffler bearings. Its about 75 dollars to replace
What do they do, never heard of them.
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I think its your muffler bearings. Its about 75 dollars to replace
What do they do, never heard of them.
tell me your kidding pro
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