Being subject to recurring noise on your automobile tends to be irritating, a automobile is so sophisticated that it is generally difficult to situate its origin and even more so to find the part that causes it. If you have already experienced a clicking noise on your Toyota Scion FR S, we will almost certainly be able to help you. Indeed, our editorial staff decided to write this document in order to review the main causes of a clicking noise on Toyota Scion FR S. This is why, firstly, we will see what are the reasons of this type of noise coming from your engine block, then those of a noise coming from your direction and finally, the origins of clicking noise on Toyota Scion FR S coming from your suspensions.clicking-noise-toyota-scion-fr-s

I listen to a clicking noise on Toyota Scion FR S located on my engine

Examine your high engine

If you listen to a clicking noise on Toyota Scion FR S, and this noise is based at the top of the engine, it means that it comes from your cylinder head and its accompanying parts. Two parts can be the triggers of these ticking noises on Toyota Scion FR S. Either the hydraulic pushers , in general it is because of their faulty “hydraulic catch-up” system that we will notice these clicking noises, generally when cold and go away when hot. Otherwise, it is the interplay of your rocker arms or their condition of wear that is at issue. In this situation, remember to change them.

Examine your low engine

If you have distinguished the spot of origin of the Toyota Scion FR S clikcing noises coming from your low engine, it may be that your rods or piston shafts are the triggers. In both circumstances, the risk in the long term is the breakage of the motor. These two maintenance are very complicated and most mechanics will suggest you to change the engine of your Toyota Scion FR S.

Combustion problem

Finally, if you have the feeling that this clicking noise on Toyota Scion FR S is connected to the combustion of your engine, there are three possible causes of it. Examine the condition of your glow plugs which, if worn, can hinder the proper combustion of the fuel mixture. Then, it is plausible that your timing belt is shifted and that it does not properly manage the timing of the various engine parts to promote good combustion. And finally, the most classic reason, comes from your injection, which is either blocked or one or more injectors are damaged. In this case, do not hesitate to read this document which deals in detail with the different injection sounds on Toyota Scion FR S.

I listen to a clicking noise on Toyota Scion FR S in my direction

Examine the condition of the gimbals

One of the most common triggers of a clicking noises in the direction of your Toyota Scion FR S is linked with the direction of the automobile. Indeed, the cardans and their bellows are parts that are constantly stressed during your changes of direction or that you turn your wheels and a wear of one of them can generate a ticking type of sound when you approach the stop zone of your steering. A bellows with holes will harm the cardan shaft very quickly and must be changed rapidly, otherwise the entire cardan shaft will have to be changed. Consider taking a look at it. If you would like more detailed information about gimbals noises on Toyota Scion FR S, do not hesitate to consult this complete guide.

Examine the rest of your direction

Finally, when you detect a clicking noise on your Toyota Scion FR S, it is plausible that it is the direction that is involved. Just like the gimbals, the steering part is mobilized when you turn your wheels. If this is the case, the parts that may have been damaged due to normal wear and tear or impact (e. g. sidewalks) are steering rods, stabilizer bar silentblocks or steering triangles.

I listen to a clicking noise on Toyota Scion FR S coming from my suspensions

Examine the suspension

If you encounter a clicking noise on your Toyota Scion FR S each time you pass a speed bump, it is highly plausible that your suspension block is the reason of the noise. Indeed, it may be the suspension cups, which, when they are out of date, have the rubber (silentbloc) that acts as a buffer and shock absorber for the upper part of the suspension that no longer fulfils its function and during small jolts that compress the suspensions. To verify if this is the problem that worries you, take a dented road and, at low speed, listen to the noise originating from your front axle when you pass over holes. If these are the cups, consider changing them quickly as this may affect other parts and require more expensive repairs.

Check spring and cylinder

If you are subject to a clicking noise on your Toyota Scion FR S at the suspension level, it is widely plausible that spring wear or shock cylinder deformation may be a cause. To verify the shape of the spring, place the car on a flat surface and measure that the heights from the ground to the bottom of the body are similar on each side (empty car for measurement). You can also verify between the front and rear, if there is a gap too large it means that most likely your springs are worn, if you observe a leak go a little further in the article to have the answer to this problem. For the cylinder the verification is visual, be sure that it seems to work in a straight axis. And that there is no angle that would alter its proper functioning. If one of them breaks in both situations, you should think about swapping it or them. If you have the feeling that this noise is more like a squeaking noise on Toyota Scion FR S than a clicking noise, don’t hesitate to consult this article.