As with all of these questions, the cause could be many things, but one common one is this: The clicking is being caused by a bad exhaust-manifold gasket, which allows exhaust to escape its normal route from exhaust manifold to pipe to muffler. And in escaping that route, the leak makes noise as often as the piston nearest the leak purges exhaust from the cylinder in which it is operating. Hence a clicking noise that increases in frequency with an increase in RPMs.
If it's not a valve issue or some other issue, this problem won't hurt the car; it'll just get worse and more noticeable as the exhaust continues to erode the gasket material.
Check for loose sparks plugs also, sometimes the smallest thing could be the problem, i had the same problem and that's what it turned out to be.
a "knocking" noise could be your lifters. and the ticking when accelerating and letting out of the gas is the same thing. check your oil and if it's full then you may need to think about either having them adjusted, or getting new ones. depending on what you have depends on whether or not you wanna sell it
ticking noise when the gas pedal is pressed in a 2005 ford ranger
Depends on where the clicking is coming from. If it's from the pedal axle, it may be adjustable. If it isn't, you need a new pedal.
I have the same problem, have traced it to a relay behind the glove compartment. But I have no idea which relay this is, have noticed if I depress the brake pedal just a bit the clicking stops. I am still looking for an answer.
that is the wheel getting ready to change gear
Possibly nothing more than the brake pedal return spring catching on something.
Check the belt.
If this is a general noise, it could be the transaxle. When you are accelerating, the engine is pushing the gears, and when you let go of the pedal, the vehicle starts to shift back down. If this is an engine noise, it could be predetonation or a valve problem.
There is an electronic relay switch which turns on the rear brake lights-It's located behind the brake pedal- It clicks when you push the pedal down, making contact.
It's a reference to driving, esp cars from the '50s. The throttle is wide open when the (gas) pedal is fully depressed. With really old cars the floorboards are metal so with the "pedal to the metal" your accelerating as much as possible.
Spark plugs need changing. Also check the wires.
Bad motor mount.
Check under dash at your brake pedal for a plunger sensor, the brake pedal may not let it be releasing. Brake pedal arm pushes it in to activate the lights
Check for damaged or old ignition wires or coil boots as equipped.
I'd guess a broken motor mount. Releasing the gas pedal would change the rpm of the engine, so you may be feeling the motor shifting as a jerk.
Plugged fuel filter Plugged air filter Restricted exhaust (bad Cat)
Could be low idle speed setting. Always give plenty of throttle when releasing clutch pedal
Most likely a motor mount. Or axle shaft.
you most likely have low brake fluid or if it stops fine its just an annoying noise
The clicking sound is normal when u push down the brake pedal, mine does the same thing, try checking the connections to your taillights and if that doesn't work it might very well be your bulbs. And if it's not that, i don't know what to tell you.
That clicking noise you hear when you press and release the brake pedal is the "Shift Lock Solenoid" engaging and disengageing. The shift lock solenoid is located below the center console directly underneath the gear shift lever. That sound is normal.
The part of the car that turns on the brake lights when you apply pressure to the brake pedal is called the brake switch. Releasing pressure from the pedal causes the brake switch to break its electrical contact, turning off the lights.
It sounds like the brake system is not releasing, as if you kept your foot on the pedal. Check to see that the pedal is coming all the way up, and that the master cylinder isn't sticking and keeping the brakes on.
The most obvious suggestion to this is that pressing and releasing the brake pedal while the ignition is switched on
YOU NEED NEW CALIPERS . THEY ARE STICKING