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hard to tell it sort of sounds normal in the video. My recommendation is run to harborfreight and get that cheap maintenance stethsascope. Put it on components until you clearly hear it. I think the major points to listen too are the timing covers, supercharger snout area, and water pump. It should be clear as day once you hear it. I'm doing the timing stuff in mine now and it started off sounding exactly like a small lifter tick, then progressed to sounding like motor was going to fall apart.
 

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Sounds like more than just one noise, pull the belts off and start it up, that will eliminate water pump, pulleys and supercharger coupler noises. How many miles? Service history? If you still hear the noise it's behind the timing cover/base engine.
 

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That sounds noisy to me, mine runs quieter than that since i had this job done
 

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I just had my water pump replaced. The bearings had seized. Before it went, mine was making an odd noise, but not like yours. It sounds fine now that the wp has been replaced.
 
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