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This is an internal engine problem in .mp3 format. Toward the end you will hear a clicking sound. What might it be?

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Clicke your link, and got an error. What engine are you using? I was using one of the shareware engines, and got something like that also.

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I'm using IE 5.5. You will be forwarded to tripod's file hosting, where you will have to click the link in the new window. Works just fine for me, sorry about that. /forums/images/icons/frown.gif

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It downloaded fine for me. But I did not hear the clicking sound at the end. fd

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I only hear a series of revs, but no clicking
 

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It didn't seem mechanical. The ticking or snapping sound almost sounded like a spark snap, or possibly a small exhaust leak.

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I had a sound very similar to that once. It was actually the metal fan on the front of the alternater just making contact w/ my homemade alternater bracket.
You got me stumped.

by the way, that's a sweet sounding car. What kind of exhaust is on it?

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I am not a mechanic but I have heard that before.
Just my .02, but that sounds like a lifter.
Does it continue after you have the engine running for a few minutes?

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BINGO - Colt Got it! Nasty mangled lifter with equally screwed up pushrod! WOOHOO!

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