AnswerIs the clicking sound from the engine? Try to check the oil.If this is happening when you try to start the car, it is most likely a weak battery or a bad starter. Oil would not have anything to do with this problem
Sounds like u need oil!
I will take a stab at the answer....... Do you live in a hot climate? If so, when the engine is hot and possibly a new exhaust was installed, the clicking would be the exhaust cooling off. Sound good ?
When you drive over a clicking bettle.
A bad rod bearing
if your car has air con on it while the engine is running it will be the aircon pump switching on and off hope this helps you out nate
a loose or slipping belt
thae catalitic converter is pluuged
You would need to provide more information. Does the click happen with key on and engine not started? Does the clicking sound come from the engine compartment? Does the click abruptly stop in a specific amount of time? Does it matter if the engine is cold or will it also click after the engine has stopped for just a few minutes like you would find when shopping or refueling? Does wet weather make a difference?
An engine might sound like a diesel at operating temperature if the engine was a diesel or if there was an issue with the manifold. Sometimes gases escaping the manifold cover could cause the engine to sound different.
Interesting question. If the car's engine cause the car to reach the speed of sound, causing a shock wave, then the engine did indirectly cause a shock wave. The engine itself creating a shock wave however, is highly unlikely if not impossible. The moving parts in a typical combustion engine do not get anywhere near the speed of sound and any car that would reach the speed of sound would most likely have a jet engine like Thrust SSC.
incomplete combustion of fuel
Weak battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Starter solenoid?
Clicking usually is a sign of a bad battery or starter
security system there is a security reset button in the glove box.
When my 1999 did it, I needed to get a new battery.
Okay I own a 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee with a 4.0 L engine in it and I have also encountered this problem. The clicking sound that you here may be a relay in the glove compartment. This however is not the problem. Check the #8 fuse in the fuse box. It should be a 15 amp blue fuse. It controls power locks, keyless entry and interior lighting as well. Hope that answers your question
If it gets faster and louder when you rev the engine it might be a lifter in your valve train. Not hearing it i don't totally know.
I had the exact same problem with my 2000 grand prix gt, you need to replace the gear box assembly.
You may have a weak battery. Your starter may be bad.
clicking is never good so i would bring it to someone who has knowledge of playstations.
a clicking sound usually indicates a small exahust manifold leak or a noisy hydraulic lifter in engine if no exhaust leak, check to see you are using correct viscosity oil and a good brand, not a cheap recycled brand such as you get at walmart
If there is a clicking noise get it to a mechanic you engine is blown and may be saved. Most likely you'll need a new one because a lifter is broken and it would be cheaper.