probably have a bad relay, that was my problem.. Are your turn signals not working, but your hazards lights are? and if so, do you hear a constant clicking sound, like your turn signal is turned on? Does the clicking sound go away when you hit the brakes? It is the relay.
Check your brakes(pads and rotors)
Your bicycle, or your hearing is defective
the flasher relay.
i have the same problem. a soft clicking sound coming from the dash.other post implied that its probably a relay. but who knows. i recently got a car alarm installed and ever since that day ive been hearing the sound.
A good way to fine the horn relay if you dont have a manual is to pull the wire on the horn then have somewon press the horn button .... beep beep beep you will hear a clicking sound which will help you locate the relay
A clicking sound, when trying to start the engine, indicates a dead battery or poor (dirty) battery or starter relay connections.The clicking sound is the starter relay(soleniod) not getting enough power to hold it's contact points together.
try not to jam the brakes tap them slowly it might help
The Cherokee Laredo usually has an electromagnet in the relay box to close or open the circuit in the fuel pump relay. When it is faulty, it will make more attempts to click on or off and that repetitive process causes the annoying clicking sound.
underneath the dash near where the gas and brakes pedals are located. You can work the drivers side door window button to help you find it as you will hear the clicking sound
It is your turn signal relay located behind the glove compartment. I have replaced mine and still had the same clicking/buzzing sound. It's most like your turn signal arm because it has a cluster of wires in there and they can't get loose.
check the brakes usually click when pads get thin