The speedometer cable is either worn out or loose.
Turn on the signal and listen for the clicking noise. If it is still clicking occasionally then you can follow the noise and feel where it is located. If it has totally stopped then look on top of the steering column behind the steering wheel.
I heard it was an intermediate steering shaft and cost around 130.00 dollars
squeaking noise coming from sleeve covered arm coming from steering column to the wheel
Unfortunately the power steering unit is on the way out.
it is the door alarm
the dealership told me that it is due to the steering column needing to be lubricated
That's what relays do when they are energized.
You might need to flush your power steering fluid system. What causes this whining or sizzling noise is the hydraulic bar getting stuck which a driver doesn't feels in its rack. or if your car recently visited a ditch or hot a side walk really hard, these factors can effect your steering rack and steering Coulomb.
Check your power steering fluid
A scraping, ticking noise up high in the steering column is normally caused by the SIR coil. This is a coiled flat wire for the air bag. The noise does not harm anything. You have to replace the SIR coil. If the noise is down low, this could be due to a bearing in the steering column, or may even be a fault in the steering rack and pinion that transmits noise up the column. A dry boot at the firewall can also make noise. Try lubricating the rubber boot with a spray lube, like a good lithium grease.
If clicking while trying to start then might be a bad starter. If clicking while running, then might be valve/lifter noise.