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Old 03-10-2014, 03:27 PM   #1
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Clicking sound for a minute on cold days.

whenever I start my car first thing after hours of it being off on a cold day there is some kind of ticking coming from my car. I have no idea what it is. It goes away after maybe a minute it so of idling
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More info v6 2000 mustang 81000 miles
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whenever I start my car first thing after hours of it being off on a cold day there is some kind of ticking coming from my car. I have no idea what it is. It goes away after maybe a minute it so of idling

My car's always done that, lol. I thought it was normal. I have 120k, and haven't had any problems bc of that.
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It only started recently. I'm not sure but someone told me potentially a with seal on the exhaust manifold
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The passenger side header cracks from the ac drip line dripping on it. The metal expands as it heats up and temp. stops the leak. One of the most common problems with our cars.
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The passenger side header cracks from the ac drip line dripping on it. The metal expands as it heats up and temp. stops the leak. One of the most common problems with our cars.

That's what that is! Lol.
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