The most common reason, would be a dirty battery post, where you battery cable hooks to the battery. It could be either one or both. You need to take the cable off, and then clean the battery post, and the inside of the cable that goes over it. I don't know what kind of vehicle you have. If it's a GM with the side mount connections on the battery,it also could be a corroded cable, that you can't always see. They corrode under the insulating rubber. These usually require a new cable.
if clicking during starting, solenoid, but car should not start with a bad solenoid.
there is a clicking noise when I start engine starts no problem just curious of the clicking noist
No its not from the fan motor, its from a stepper motor, which controls air flow to the drivers side footwell. The linkage for the motor breaks, and causes the clicking noise. There is a updated linkage peice that can be installed.
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if clicking but not starting dead battery if it starts it's one of the many relays that open and close during startup
The first and easiest answer is to remove the wheel covers and listen again for the clicking noise. It could be a pebble loose inside a wheel cover or a tire valve stem clicking against the wheel cover. If it's not that easy, and your truck has CV joints, I would suspect a bad CV joint. Look for a torn CV boot.
you have to take it to a repair shop if you dont know why it does that & the people at the repair dont know what the heck is wrong with it. Sell it buy a new one and shut the f*** up .
From description it sounds like clockspring failure.
get your starter check I had same problem it was faulty starter
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Have someone check the water heater
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If your 1990 Grand Plymouth Voyager cuts out and dies for not reason, but starts after a couple times of cranking, the starter might be going out. You can have the starter tested.
If your car makes a clicking sound when you try to start it, try to jump the battery. If that starts it, check the electrical system and if it was the battery, replace the battery. If jumping it does not fix it, have a mechanic look at it.
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sounds like starter solonoid is starting to go out
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