My truck engine is making a clicking sound. It's done this at least since the crank sensor was replaced.
I've tried to locate the source of the noise but no luck, the engine noise is too high. I can hear the clicking, clearly when sitting in the cab with the doors closed.
Here is a txt file with the sound. On my computer speakers the volume is maximum. When the file is played back using WMP, I can hear the clicking but only by holding the speaker against my ear.
Maybe your speakers are better and you can hear the clicking noise. If not, hold your speaker to your ear and you should hear it.
The file is TXT and must be changed to WMA for you to play back.
The audio recording is about 20-25 seconds. if you listen closely and have the ears of an owl, you can pick up the clicking.
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