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This is a discussion on Ticking at 65 within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Well here is a question for you all. The other day I was cruising down the highway and was only ...

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    Ticking at 65

    Well here is a question for you all. The other day I was cruising down the highway and was only doing about 65 when I notice this ticking noise. I can only hear it when doing 65 or above an only on the gas. No mods have been done to the car yet. Just over a 1000 mile 1250 to be exact. Any ideas?

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    Is it fast, medium, or slow? I noticed a ticking one day going down the road at around 60 and realized it was my antenna swinging in the wind.

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    I will check the atenna but I dont think that is it. It stops if I lift of the gas and starts up again as soon as my foot touchs the gas peddle again. I was doing a search after posting this. I know shoudl have dont it first. Could this be an injector. Should replace them? I dont really now that much about engines. I am more a steering and suspension design guy.

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    The best thing you could do is take it back to the dealer and let the warranty cover it.

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    Originally posted by junaitari
    The best thing you could do is take it back to the dealer and let the warranty cover it.
    Or, if it is the injectors, it's a good excuse to get STi injectors. =)

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    Originally posted by beastcivic


    Or, if it is the injectors, it's a good excuse to get STi injectors. =)


    Ssshhhh...

    You musn't say things like that!!

    You'll get me wanting to do things I can't do to my car.

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    Hey I'm with you on that. I don't even want to spend the $50 for an MBC (plus I'd have to get a boost gauge of some sort too... so $200 total).

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    That's all I've been asking my wife for. She ain't buying it.

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