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Why do truck engines have a natural tick?

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Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 22:25
A 5.4L Triton doesn't have a distributor........it's a coil-on-plug engine. Ticking can be the pintles in the fuel injectors....... A tick in a pre-'02 Triton would have been a signal to grab a torque wrench and torque the spark plugs before one exited the cylinder head..... Maintained correctly, they're good engines. Seen 'em go over 500,000 miles with proper maintenance.
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