2006 mitsubishi galant

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Asked by May 26, 2017 at 07:41 PM about the 2006 Mitsubishi Galant ES

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Barely made it home.  Loud clickn noise from
where the heads are. Wants to start but doesnt.
Why

12 Answers

2,045

Need more info. How many miles on her? What is the typical driving routine? Are u a hard driver? Do u tow? Describe what barely coming home means? Was it in a limp mode? more info

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180000. No tow drove it like bout 1/2 mile. Ran ok. Just the loud noise coming from engine. Not hard driver .. i take kids to school and drive to work. Total bout 1 1/2 miles .

2,045

My first thought is that it could be the lifters. I spoke to a mechanic at a Mitsu dealer and bearing or rod problems are rare, but they do see a lot of bad lifters.

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2,045

Or it could be a water pump failure. Listen to this YouTube video and tell me if this is the same https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPxsYLkNpeo

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2,045

or there is a famous Mitsibushi "Tick"......did u know? see this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SpJ_Jm76l4

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Ol let me check

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Omg yes thats the sound

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2,045

perfect

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Thk u so much

2,045

Glad to assist, anytime!

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Im surr youll see me again ..lol have a blessed day

2,045

God bless your travels today and always

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