You have a flat battery.
Maybe you have a problem in your main wiring harness. No fun.. Could also be an electrical sensor.
From the information given, it is impossible to make a guess. Is it an 'electrical' click or a 'mechanical' click? Where is the "click"noise coming from? The engine compartment? the dashboard area? The ignition switch? the tapep player/radio? More info is needed.
I had the same problem before. All I hear is a click when I try to turn the ignition on. I just replaced the starter motor and never had that problem again.
ignition tumblers are worn out. replace ignition switch. Having disconnected the positive battery cable to shut the starter off,I replaced the starter relay fuse. Reconnected the battery, but it would not turn over now although I could hear the starter click. I decided to replace the starter. As soon as I dropped it down off the block and turned it to remove the electrical lines there was a old rusty bolt lodged between the two terminals. A new starter and that,s that.
resistance somewhere in starter circuit
its by the fuse panel....in the drivers kick panel..for sure but im not exactly sure which of the three that are down there it is. It should "click" when the ignition is turned on unless of course it is not working.
Probably teeth in ignition column binding
Switch the ignition to "accessories" or "acc" (turn the key 1 click in the ignition) with "err" displaying on the radio, leave the key in the ingnition for 1-3 hours. "err" should now be replaced with "code" allowing you to enter the correct code a and unlock the radio
You know your ignition switch has gone out when you turn the key and there is no click or any noise at all. If there is a click or other audible noise it is probably the spark plug or something of that sort.
Chrysler vehicles have a clicking sound when the starter is bad. It must be replaced, Sometimes they can be lighty smacked with a blunt object and will work for a while but will still need replaced.. try looking at your battery terminals if they are loose or broken
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If you turn the key and only hear a click the starter is more than likely bad. If it does not even click either the battery is dead, you have a loose connection, or the ignition switch is defective.
clicking.(click. click. click.) not a continuous click, one click for every turn of the key. If it continue to click rapidly on one turn of the key it's your battery. T.S
It has 3. Click the link.
usually control+click or apple+click brings up a menu that is the same as left clicking
Dead battery, defective starter, are the most likely causes.
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Answer: Most likely battery (you probably surmised this already), however, it could also be a faulty ignition switch or poor connection at the starter or starter module/relay. When the key is turned, do the instrument cluster warning lights come on (& dim slightly)? If so, its not the battery.
It will not engage and send current to the starter. You will not hear a click or anything else if the ignition switch is bad. With your headlights on when you turn the ignition if the lights dim is it not the ignition switch but more than likely a bad starter. If the lights do not dim it is more than likely the ignition switch.
If you mean the relay that controls the starter motor then it is fairly simple. There are 2 possible faults. 1) The relay is working, but is broken or burned out internally. You will hear a click from the engine bay when the key is turned but the starter motor will not do anything, not even engage. 2) The relay is broken. In this case nothing at all will happen when the key is turned.
autozone.com click repair on the right, and follow the directions. Then click engine electrical, then ignition system.
On older cars this requires the inserted key to be pressed inwards and turned counter clockwise. Newer cars the ACC (accessory) is usually one click towards the starting mode.If the key won't turn to this position it means that the ignition switch is faulty and might need to be replaced.Many newer cars most things like the radio will work without having the key in the ignition. My '04 Jetta works that way ... the radio will play for one hour without the key and then turn off by itself.
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