That is not a question.
low voltage,bad battery or alternator
It CAN be CV joints, but it depends on the sound.
A clicking sound when you try to start the car is a dead battery. It may be that the alternator is not charging it properly.
horn not working on 2003 ford explorer sport trac, just a clicking sound
A loud clicking sound coming from the front of your car when you are driving straight would be the result of a bad CV joint. This is something that should be checked out right away.
The engine is clicking with all of the interior lights on? Dead battery... and for future reference... if there is no clicking= really dead battery and it might not recharge. In that case check the alternator, if the alternator is still good, just buy a new battery. If the battery continues to fail to recharge get a new alternator.
Not really, i have a clicking sound coming from a 95 jeep grand Cherokee Laredo 5.2L, and the mechanic told me that my alternator bearings were loose.
Solenoid or battery *Check the alternator as well. When my Camry did that, the battery and alternator both needed replacement. -andey78
Look at the half shaft.
Have the alternator checked.
Jump start car and ensure alternator and battery are good.
A cricket. It rubs its front feet together, producing a sound.
When you drive over a clicking bettle.
Apparently it is the rear air "blender" ( whatever that is(?)) My 2003 Explorer was making the loud clicking sound from the rear driver side above the rear left wheel. I lived with it for a month before I just found the answer on the net. I turned off the rear fan control (from the front controls) and the clicking has stopped. I guess there is no more air from the rear now but the clicking has stopped- Car is long been paid off and I'm happy again.
A clicking sound coming from the front end indicates there is something wrong with the axle on that side of the front end and that it might fail. When the clicking sound becomes very audible, have the axle checked. It might cost about $250 to replace the axle. The "axle" is not the type of axle that goes all the way across the car from one wheel to the other. It is only a joint between the front wheel on that side and the steering mechanism.
the clicking sound is the blinker. when you signal to turn with your blinker the light flashes and makes a clicking sound.
That could be the alternator or the battery. Try jump starting your car with another car's battery. If it still does not start, it is probably the alternator. If it starts, your battery is dead.
Check the front driveshaft.
press the turning signal idiot
A small rock or pebble may be stuck in tire's tread.
It sounds like the starter is bad. The clicking you hear is the solenoid trying to kick-over the starter. If the vehicle starts but, won't stay running, it could be the alternator, or the wireing to (from) the battery or alternator (most likely the ground wire). Or it could be the dreaded MASS AIRFLOW SENSOR!!!!
These are classic symptoms of a failed blend door actuator motor.
Rubbing sound front left tire ford f150 bushings on sway bar broke off replaced and still making sound
Depends on the noise...If I'm correct this is front wheel drive and if its a clicking sound,it could be an axle that has a torn boot and the bearings are worn out...Or if its a diff sound,it could be a front shock or strut... If it is a clicking sound it is a good possiblity you have a cv joint going out. If so you need to replace very soon.