There are a few possibilities: Low battery, either because the alternator isn't keeping the battery charged or the battery is old and has failed. Corroded battery terminals, usually an indicator that the battery is blowing acid fumes. Batteries usually don't last long after the terminals start to corrode. Faulty starter solenoid. IT SOUNDS LIKE IT COULD BE YOUR STARTED CYLINOID
A clicking sound when you turn the key could mean your battery is dead. It could also indicate the starter is going out.
Your flasher relay box may need to be replaced, but could also be an electrical short.
if it has an electric antena and a broken cord so it wont pull down it could click
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A clicking sound, when trying to start the engine, indicates a dead battery or poor (dirty) battery or starter relay connections.The clicking sound is the starter relay(soleniod) not getting enough power to hold it's contact points together.
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 ?
The clicking sound is your a/c unit trying to engage. I would have freon pressure checked first, if not, a/c unit may be bad
It depends. If it is a loud clicking sound you will want to take it to a professional Immediatly! Without Delay!
the clicking sound is the blinker. when you signal to turn with your blinker the light flashes and makes a clicking sound.
Could be, a dead or run down battery, a loose or dirty battery cable connection, a bad starter, in addition to above could also be a bad starter solenoid
The clicking may be the belt tensioner clicking. I know that mine is causeing a clicking noise. If you get a friend to help you, you will be able to see it happen if that is the case.
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Bad Battery: the clicking is the starter solenoid relay making contact but the battery is not putting out enough amps to turn the starter
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Depends on where it is coming from. If it seems outside of the vehicle, it could be a hub bearing.
The clicking sound could be from your heater, a clock or other device.
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Depends on what's wrong with the starter, exactly. It could be whirring sound, a clicking sound, no sound at all, etc.
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Low or bad battery, or very corroded battery connectors. If there is only a clicking sound when you turn the key, then it could also be a bad starter solenoid coil, or its electrical contacts.
AnswerIf it's a rapid clicking sound that becomes more rapid when the fan is turned up high, you probably have a foreign object like a leaf stuck in the blower.It sounds like your Air door actuator or temperature actuator
what is the sound that is heard in the Fiordland?
Location of clicking sound not stated but: My 95 S-10, 4.3L engine was clicking when it was running. Turned out to be the fan tapping against the fan shroud, motor mounts were wearing, causing fan to hit this shroud. This may be your problem but you didn't state what area of vehicle sound comes from.
low on freon. have an a/c check. most likely there is a leak in the system due to the age of the vehicle.
probably have a bad relay, that was my problem.. Are your turn signals not working, but your hazards lights are? and if so, do you hear a constant clicking sound, like your turn signal is turned on? Does the clicking sound go away when you hit the brakes? It is the relay.