What causes my 2013 Hyundai Elantra’s ticking noise when accelerating?

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Leona Emert
Leona EmertLicensed Insurance Agent

Posted on Jan 13, 2023

There are a few potential causes for a ticking noise when accelerating in a 2013 Hyundai Elantra. One possibility is that the noise is being caused by a worn timing belt. If this is the case, the belt will need to be replaced in order to fix the issue. Another potential cause could be a faulty engine valve. If this is the case, the valves will need to be repaired or replaced in order to fix the noise. Finally, the noise could be caused by a problem with the engine’s spark plugs. If this is the case, the spark plugs will need to be replaced in order to fix the issue.

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