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Old 09-22-2010, 07:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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okay i have an issue with a strange noise coming from my car...it sounds like a bad lifter or valve but the noise goes away after i engage the clutch? it sounds like a very high pitched chirping or ticking noise. now the guy i bought this car from said the car had an integra clutch in it but this car has the d16 and the integras usually have a B series motor. then again this guy didnt even know what he had on the car when he sold it. if anyone can help it would be awesome. my tranny grinds going into reverse sometimes then other times it wont go in to reverse at all will i disengage clutch then try again.
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