Help 1994 Passport Making Ticking Noise

Discussion in 'Passport' started by Misslolly, May 17, 2004.

  1. Misslolly

    Misslolly Guest

    Hi! I have a 1994 Honda Passport that I am having trouble with. There is a
    steady knocking or ticking noise that does stop when "revving" the engine
    up. Lifters and timing belt have been replaced. After replacing timing
    belt, when first started the engine it didn't make the noise for about 30
    seconds and then it started again. Any ideas?
    Misslolly, May 17, 2004
  2. Misslolly

    Misslolly Guest

    Misslolly, May 21, 2004
  3. Misslolly

    motsco_ _ Guest


    A little more of the service history is probably needed to help
    understand the situation. Never see the term 'lifters replaced' on a
    Honda newsgroup. Honda passport is rarely mentioned here... It's the
    same as ___________, right?

    Are you more concerned about the nocking,, or the ticking? They are very

    Maybe a google 'groups' search would get the best source of info.

    motsco_ _, May 21, 2004
  4. Misslolly

    Mathu Guest

    Hello: I know exactly what you mean by this "ticking" sound. I have a
    91 Civic, and I have been living with this ticking/clicking sound for
    almost 5 years. But the car runs fine, gives about 40-41 mpg. In fact
    if you listen carefully, you can hear it constantly as you cruise down
    the highway. It is not the timing belt, nor the lifters. The only time
    it went away for me, was after I changed my oxygen sensor....but it
    came back to haunt me after about three days. Been with me ever since.
    I do not know where the noice comes from, but think it is some
    solenoid behind the instrument panel or the fire-wall. I also checked
    my fuel injectors, but they were o.k. too. If you peruse old e-mails
    in this newsgroup, you will come across occasional postings on this
    mystery sound from several others also. If I ever come across the
    source for the click/tick I will post it here.
    Mathu, May 22, 2004
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