Low battery voltage will cause clicks, and it is also possible that the starter solenoid is too worn in which case replacing the whole starter is best.
Check your alternator and your connections form the battery to the Starter. You may just have a bad connection If that does not work, your solenoid on your starter has gone bad, a new solenoid or starter may be needed. Check the start switch on the clutch pedal if so equiped.
go to auto zone.com enter vehicle info.then look up starter,then click on repair guide and it will tell you.
the solenoid on your starter is finished, replace the starter......
This is usually a sign that your battery is dead or close to it. sometimes it can be a faulty starter though or even starter solenoid/relay.
Do you have any click in the starter itself but still not turning over? Then its the starter giving you fits. Replace it. If no click is heard then it could be a fuse or more likely the starter relay. Check them both before moving to the starter.
Could be that the battery is dead or the starter is bad.
To give a generic answer, it kinda depends on what type of click. If it is a rapid click-click-click-click... it is probably a dead (or near dead) battery. If it is just one solid "click", it is probably your starter. The single click is the sound of the selinoid clicking in to try to engage the starter. If the starter is faulty, it won't engage and turn your engine over to start.
Sounds like either a weak battery (bad cable corroded) or starter solenoid needs to be replaced
right side of the engine bay, on the starter. if it's broken, it will click, that will help you identify it. you can buy a manual at the auto store and return it if you're low on cash.
I need more information. Does the starter turn over the engine? Do you hear a click when you try to start it?
It most likely means something's up with your starter or it's electrical components/wiring.