That sounds to me like the solenoid is stuck. That's the part of the starter that engages the gear to the flywheel in order to turn the engine and thus start it. Try tapping the starter a few times with a hammer to knock it loose (I swear this works), then if it keeps happening to you it's time to buy a new starter yo.
Check your battery. Usually when you get the clicking sound that means the battery is dead or in need of charge.
The starter solenoid near the battery should be checked.
This could also be caused by the Air conditioner compressor relay located on the front right firewall. Turn the key to on -do not start the car- and disconnect each relay and listen for a clicking sound from the a/c compressor area. This will drain the battery over time. If you are running the car often you will not notice the problem but if the battery is low after a day or two of having the car parked then this could be the cause. Had a dealership tell me it was the battery too. That battery drained over the next long weekend. your battery is probably bad. i would suggest a new battery or an altinater. it can only be one of the two if your leaving nothing on.
battery is dead
Yes, the clicking is the starter, but there's probably nothing wrong with it. Your battery doesn't have enough juice to turn the starter motor (draws lots of current), but still has enough to turn on the lights and accessories. Try jump starting it or trickle charge the battery.
Yes, your firewall has nothing to do with Windows Updates.
The battery light comes on when the alternator is not charging. Changing the battery did nothing. Either put a gauge on the battery to see if it is charging, or while running, disconnet the positive cable from the battery. If the car dies that means the alternator is not charging. Most parts stores will check it for free. Oriely's , Autozone, etc.
try checking your fuses and fuse-able links
If you need a battery then there is nothing that can replace it.
When you take the battery out nothing really happens. I tried it myself and it did nothing.
they brought nothing
A battery charges nothing it accepts a charge from the alternator.
make sure battery cables are tight
Nothing happens when you turn the key: That about says it all, you turn the key and nothing happens, no crank, no clicking, no nothing. It's totally dead. Possible causes: 1. You left the lights on again: ump start the car and remember to turn your lights off at night. 2. Battery is dead: Test battery and charging system. Replace battery. 3. Dirty or loose battery cables: Clean and tighten cables as required. 4. Problem in the charging system: Test and repair charging system as required. 5. Bad Neutral Safety Switch: Replace Neutral Safety Switch.
theres a clicking noise then nothing happends
Add nothing but distilled water to a battery.
If you are 100% sure nothing is on pulling power from the battery and it will not hold a charge then the battery has a dead cell and must be replaced.
It consists of nothing. Just thin air and super glue.
No, if the battery is defective there's nothing you can do to restore it.
If the battery is totally dead, no, you will hear nothing.
Nothing. The battery is sealed an no harm will be done.
A storm has nothing to do with the battery going dead.
No, it will do nothing