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Old Dec 3, 2017, 10:32 PM   #1
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i just replaced my clutch and i got several of problems.
also i bled my acd system and when i turn on the car only it shows the tarmac light on and then when i drive it around the block all three lights come on. when i drive there is a ticking noise coming from the center console or around the shift knob is. ( only happens when car is moving not when i rev it up)
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I posted this in another thread a few days ago, but to see the ACD codes:

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You can find the ACD trouble codes by jumping OBD pins 1 and 4 whenever you see the 3 lights illuminate. When you jump the pins, the lights will blink in succession slowly X number of times and the quickly Y number of times. You can determine the exact code by counting the first series of blinks (X) and the second series of blinks(Y) and using the number XY referencing the chart that I've attached.

eg - 2 slow blinks followed by 1 fast blink is code 21, a problematic front right wheel speed sensor. Then you'll have the information to diagnose your center diff issue.

Unsure about the ticking noise, probably need a better description of what you're hearing
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The ticking noise is only when the car is moving and It gets faster when I accelerate but I hear it coming under the shift knob or center console
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Without knowing how fast it's ticking I'm wondering if the driveshaft maybe grabbed a hold of a wire or something routed through the little service port in the chassis? That port is right near the shifter / under the center console.
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so i took my car out for a drive today and the and lights came on for a sec and then went back to normal could it be caused by battery not having a good connection? because i had to wiggle the cable to be able to turn it on today.
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If you gotta move battery cables to make it work then the ticking sound is probably relays under the dash dropping out due to no power.
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