trying to find out why my engine is ticking after the maintenance repairs

Asked by Oct 11, 2016 at 03:00 AM about the Mitsubishi Eclipse

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

changed the timing belt, watrer pump, cams and crank shaft oil seals, and
crankshaft position sensor. ran perfect before now it has a ticking sound.
checked the timing. all are on their marks. did a compression test. all 6 have
the same readings with no leak down. it has me scratching my head of what
might of caused this ticking. any ideas what it might be.thank you

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Sounds as if a lifter is no good, lack of lubrication try a product like slick 50 or Marvel Mystery Oil in your oil to help

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