The fuse box also contains breakers and relays.
The clicking noise will be a relay clicking on or offMore serious cause:Or there is a breaker that is opening due to over load and resetting by itself. This is a very serious situation and may mean there is a short or other serious and dangerous electrical problem.
i have 99 taruas and its my battery relay
this type of noise is usually created by one of the relays, within the fuse box. Open the box, locate the bank of relays(little square box's(larger than a fuse)) and when it is making a "clicking" noise, gently rest finger on each one and you will feel the vibration. Simply look at fuse box diagram to discover what that relay is for, and go from there. The sound is power being switched on or off to whatever that relay controls
there is a fuse on the fire wall ,there is constant power to a bolt with wires coming from it, under that there is a plug that is the fuse.
check the fuse first
Have you checked the flasher fuse. Its in the fuse box by the brake pedal. Its the larger round one, you might have knocked it out of place or it has to be replaced. Check it out. When the flasher is on, you can hear a ticking coming from it.
i know where the fuse box is under the dash, but where is the horn fuse in my 1994 ford lx escort! (1.9 litter). I have no horn sound! I need to know where is the fuse?????????
Dead battery.. Get someone to give you a jump
There is a relay under the hood beside the battery you must check. Also there is a fuse box under the driver side panel, you may have to remove the sound dampener to access the fuse box. The labels will show you where the exact fuse and relays are.
I am not sure about the 2000 model Camaro's but I would suggest you check the flasher under the dash normally when its operating you will hear a clicking sound coming from it. On most models you can find this flasher under the dash on or near the fuse panel. , EzForJesus
should be one coming out of the headlight assembly, one coming out of the fuse box ass. under the seat, and one coming out of the taillight ass. used for acc. lighting, the light ass. should be yellow and the ass. wire coming out of the fuse box should be orange with a white tracer.
I just changed mine, and it is under the seat. Remove the battery, and then there is a relay that is screwed to the inside of the back of the tractor under the battery compartment. Unscrew that relay and the fuse is attached to the wires coming out of that relay.
In the under hood fuse box.In the under hood fuse box.
Check under the sound cover on the passenger side behind the glove box.
Under hood fuse box.Under hood fuse box.
Check the fuse in the under hood fuse box labeled IOD.Check the fuse in the under hood fuse box labeled IOD.
fuse box will be in or under the glove box and the fuse will be blow stopping dash lights from coming on .
"Main fuse"? Fuses are located in the under hood fuse box."Main fuse"? Fuses are located in the under hood fuse box.
check fan relay in fuse box under hood.
Check the fuse for the radio - check inside the car first, driver side console - then the fuse box under the hood.
This is most likely caused by a blown fuse in the Cherokee. Check the fuses one by one in the fuse box to find the blown one.
there's an 5 amp fuse in the fuse block marked instrument that's blown.
First check to see if you have a blown fuse. the horns are located under the front of passenger side front bumper. As for the clicking it probably is a fuse, actually the horn relay. my 97 horn's were burned out. found autozone replacement.
on 2000 Malibu it is in fuse box under hood!! on drivers side.
it would be under the hood in the fuse box .. or under your feet on the drivers side in the fuse box u will have to get under their and look
the fuse is under the steering wheel, not under the hood