What would cause a ticking noise in the engine of a 2007 Dodge Magnum 2.7? Someone please help because I cannot figure it out. Thank you to whoever responds

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Asked by Jul 25, 2015 at 01:13 AM about the 2007 Dodge Magnum SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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26,475

It could be low on oil or low oil pressure.

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28,065

come on man......start with at least looking to see if the belts ok...then....in engine..valve train/noise....

20,420

In your opinion is the tick coming from the engine like a valve tap or something on the outside of the engine ?

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It sounds like a valve tap or the lifters are ticking. The oil has just been changed. And all the belts are perfectly fine.

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20,420

So you just changed your oil so this is what you do go purchase a bottle of Lucas Engine Oil Stablizer remove one quart of oil from engine and put in the Lucas. Trust me that tap will go away because I have seen and heard it do it on a friend of mines vehicle that was tapping like a sewing machine with in 45 minutes of idling the tap was gone.

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28,065

YEP LIKE I SAID ABOVE.. FIREBIRD PRETTY CLOSE..USE TO BE A PRODUCT CALLED DRIPOWER WAS FANTASTIC..ALSO YOU SHOULD PULL THAT VALVE COVER TO MAKE SURE..A TIMING CHAIN TENSIONER WILL DO THAT ALSO..BUT TRY THE ADDITIVE FIRST AND BE EASY ON IT..

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