Why is there a ticking noise coming from my 2016 Honda Pilot engine?

Over the last few days, I’ve noticed that my engine is making a loud noise and I’m not sure how to make it stop. Why is there a ticking noise coming from the 2016 Honda Pilot engine?

Kara Vanderbeek · Answered on Dec 19, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
If you notice any unusual noises coming from your vehicle, it’s always smart to check them out as soon as possible. While some noises should be taken care of immediately, a ticking noise is usually harmless.
In most cases, the noise in your 2016 [Honda Pilot] (https://getjerry.com/car-insurance/honda?model=pilot) can be attributed to low oil pressure, ignition system issues, or an exhaust leak, all of which can be resolved by an authorized technician.
In some cases, a ticking noise may go away on its own. However, if the noise continues, it’s better to bring your vehicle in for an assessment to ensure no further damage is caused to your Pilot.
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