check the fuses some cars have them under the hood as well as in the car Check ignition coil or coils Check to see if battery is grounded ok Dead battery? Bad battery cable? Check and clean all battery cables.
Sounds like the starter
It is likely to be the starter is not working.
There could be many, many reasons but start with checking the oil level, it may be low. If the clicking is happening only when you are moving, it may mean that you need new wheel bearings.
Depends on what's wrong with the starter, exactly. It could be whirring sound, a clicking sound, no sound at all, etc.
fan belt or lots of things but most likely fan belt
It could be battery connection, discharged or faulty battery, faulty alternator or regulator, faulty starter or a loose and corroded connection on the starter.
Possible battery, starter or connection problem.
1. Starter is frozen (bearings seized) 2. Poor contact at starter solinoid 3. Low or dead battery.
It could be a starter problem....can you tell where the click is coming from? is it the started clicking, or a relay clicking?
Check the oil first, if oil is low it will run good but just have a constant clicking sound on idle.
I suggest that you take your car to the dealer and they can help you there and tell you if there is somthing wrong with it or not.
Depends on what else is going on. Check the basics.... Fuel, Air, Spark. There is probably about 30 or so things that could be wrong. More info, then maybe we can help better.
First thing that I would do is check the battery. The clicking sound is the selenoid on the starter. Usually that means the starter is bad. Isn't very hard to replace. Hope this helped.
More than likely the battery is to weak to start the engine. If it's not the battery, the starter may be the culprit.
it's probably the head gaskets.
you need to get your feet chopped off
Probably not, many cars have a switch on the clutch that allows you to start it while in gear.
dead battery or bad starter (with the clicking, I'm 95% sure its the battery)
um, it could be that the engine is cold and needs to allow lubrication of all the parts on start, you could be using wrong oil, oil could be low. push come to shove it could be as bad as main berrings are gone or even a bent rod, so start with the oil and hope for the best, any bent rods or main berrings gone it would be cheaper to buy an engine from salvage
try checking your fuses and fuse-able links
Check your battery connections for corrosion or being loose. battery might be dead maybe you left a light on or something
clicking car It's one of two things. Need a naw starter, or dead battery.
your starter motor is stuck.
It could be two things wrong, the first thing to check would be your starter and the other would be your solenoid. take a hammer and tap on your starter, (sometimes that helps)
battery or corroded connection on battery One click most likely is a bad starter motor or solenoid. Many clicks battery or connection problem.