Perhaps several layers of Dynomat?
I took the rear seats off, listened closely to the fuel cell... the tech had the car up on the lift and we both heard it coming from inside the tank. I'm baffled.I'd think it would be an injector rather than pumps. My pumps don't make any "tick" sound...they just have a hint of a whine to them.
Possibly... But wouldn't the new fuel pumps alleviate that problem?Could it be the sock on the fuel pickup inside the tank? Perhaps it's loose and kinda rythmically rattling/flapping/tic tic ticking as fuel is drawn through it?
For some reason, I thought the fuel pump was under the rear seat and not in the tank. I was just logically thinking through what it could be if not the (I thought, external) fuel pump.Possibly... But wouldn't the new fuel pumps alleviate that problem?
Omicron, didn't you used to have an RX8? I was stationed in Carson a few years back... thought I saw you in the RX8club.
surprisingly the noise stays relatively constant at different levels... I thought it would get louder as the amount of fuel decreases. The new injectors on the S/C are larger aren't they? could the higher demand be the issue?The pump is completely submerged in the tank.
Does the noise get louder the less fuel you have in the tank?
I can see your point... however, the entire system was replaced and the noise stayed exactly the same. I haven't looked inside the fuel cell myself but I doubt it's something loose.Interesting. Sounds complicated... and like lots of potential for something to be just a wee bit loose and start ticking...
Hey jessika, I'm sorry... I'm not trying to bring bad press on Magnuson. Not at all, I'm just trying to figure out how to fix this. You gotta understand it's been a huge headache for me the past month or so.Not all of the cars are getting this tick. I know our shop 09 6.1 is not... But I suppose it is possible.