Loose, or worn out.
Perhaps heat shield on catalytic converter?
Broken or rusted out exhaust system.
On our California model it is a smog device...
The fuse box has relays mounted in it. The clicking noise is most likely a relay that has gotten loud.
IT sounds like the Voyager could be losing power to the ignition circuits. Check the crank position sensor first. Make sure that the wiring connections are not loose or corroded.
Assuming it is screeching in the area of the belt and pulleys, my problem was that the belt tensioner had seized and needed to be replaced. Noise problem was solved.
It sounds like you have a bad CV joint. Often times the rubber boot covering the joint will go bad after a while and allow dirt and moisture in the joint, causing noise, most noticeable on turning.
The ticking noise could be worn out rocker arms under valve covers. Switch to heavier weight oil if ticking noise subsides that could be your problem. This is usually a sign of a high mileage engine. Worst case scenario would be weak oil pump not getting oil to top of heads.
Noises are hard to diagnoise unless heard. Take it to a machanic.
A bad compressor belt can cause a whistling noise while running the air conditioner. A bad engine can also cause this noise.
A bad starter might make a noise. The starter could also go bad with no noise or warning. However if the starter is making noise then there is a problem that could cause failure at any time
There are generally two signs that the alternator is going bad. First is the noise. A new noise will begin to be heard. Something like a whining when the car is accelerating. Second is the smell. You may smell burning from the engine department.
You could have blown your tire or it could have gone flat.
It is located on the engine block. A knock sensor will very seldom give a problem. It detects engine noises and retards to timing. If you have a code then you need to find the noise and repair it.
The thing that could cause a knocking noise in your car is the same thing that could cause it in all cars A rod that or a flat lifter. it all really depends on where the knock is if its higher and to the back of the motor, it could be a motor mount
You b=need to take your 1997 Plymouth breeze to the manufactures so that they can identify what is causing it to produce a crunching noise.
An air leak.
A bad noise suppression condenser. Usually attached to the alternator.
If the noise on occurs after the vehicle has sat for a while, it could be a hydralic valve lifter bleeding off. They tend to click for a while until the oil pushes all of tha air out. Maybe go to a lighter weight of oil. BG makes a product called MOA that has helped ease the clicking noise in vehicles I have worked on in the past. Take it easy until it warms up and even clicking it should last for a whole lot more miles!
Could be bad ball joints.
Stuck hydraulic lifter.
The noise could be heard for over 3,000 miles
They could squeak, rattle, bang , clunk.....
Possibly loose objects or parts in the car