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    Take the car for a hard ride! A couple W.O.T. blasts and if it's the engine, the noises will be more noticable during or after. A stethascope is the best tool for finding engine noises. They're cheap at the parts store. My guess is it isnt the engine, prob emissions, or belt? Poke around, Good luck!
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    I just had this issue fixed and I would not let it go if I were you.

    I have a 2015 200C AWD with the 3.6 with about 75K and that tick has been driving me insane!

    Then I started having a hard shift between 4th and 5th so I took it in under factory power-train for service, thinking the transmission would be major and the engine would be minor, wound up the transmission was just a software update.

    This is what was on the paperwork when I picked it up

    "replaced the right intake camshaft, replaced 4 weak lifters and all rockers on intake cam, all had loose rocker arm bearings. Exhaust camshaft is good, no signs of wear but did find 2 weak lifters, replaced those also, installed valve cover and replaced upper intake gaskets, installed intake and the ticking is gone"

    I wonder what that would have cost me!
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    WOW!!! Got me nervous now. Though my car is quiet w no drivability issues...was the car running crappy at all? With the list if repairs they did, it had to b running poopy, or some distinct sounds coming from the valve train.
    2015 200c 3.6 fwd

    Magnaflow cat-back exhaust
    K&N C.A.I.
    RPM torque tube
    RPM base stage 93 octane tune
    225/50r17 Hankooks noble s2
    Amsoil 5w20
    Amsoil P.I. before oil changes
    EBC Red stuff brake pads
    Powerstop drilled and slotted rotors
    Amsoil synthetic brake fluid
    Amsoil dominator coolant boost
    Stant 18 psi coolant cap
    Tree air freshners under seats
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