MSD COP question

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  1. SHOCALL

    SHOCALL SHO Member Supporting Member

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    Hey everybody, hope everyone is safe and happy.

    Installed the COPs today. Easy install and thank you WSHO for the hook up.
    Also swapped for new plugs and a K/N drop in AF.

    The ticking sound is louder with the COPs on my car. Is that normal?

    I attached a video so you could listen.

    Thank you guys and gals for the help. I've learned a ton from the site.
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    xFallenxCripplex SHO Member

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    I do not think that sounds normal

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    The sound is coming from the hpfp.
     
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    skyshadow07 On a mission to get below 4000lbs

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    Video wouldn't play.

    Yes, the HPFP makes a ticking sound which is normal. If you want. get a long screwdriver, put it to your ear at the handle side, and put the metal side on the HPFP. You should hear the sound loudly (more clear). If the tick you hear is not coming from the HPFP then probe the screwdriver around to find it.
     
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    Sorry about the video. I used the screwdriver technique, it is the HPFP.
    Thanks fellas.
     
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