Why does the heater behind the dashboard make a clicking noise when the heater is turned on?
If 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
When you turn the key to the on position in your 1995 240sx there is a loud clicking noise behind the stock stereo is there a problem with the stereo what could it be?
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It sounds like the blower is not blowing, check the fuse for the blower. To add to the above, I had the same issue on a '97. I could hear it clicking and trying to blow but nothing came out. I took the blower motor housing off (located underneath behind the glove box...very easy to get to) and it was clogged with leaves, small twigs. Tried it with the gunk in it and it turned…
Why is dash flashing off and on to clicking sound after installed new radio in 91 fifth avenue and how can you fix it?
NOT SURE WHY DASH IS FLICKERING, BUT IF THE CLICKING SOUND IS LIKE A LOUD WIND UP CLOCK THE SAME PROBLEM I HAD WITH MY 91, AFTER IT WAS SERVICED, TURNED OUT TO BE MY BLEND DOOR ACTUATOR FOR THE AC UNIT. THE BLEND DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES TO LET HEATED AIR IN WHEN YOU ADJUST AC CONTROLS TO WARMER OR COLDER.THE DOOR WAS STUCK. TURNED OUT IT WAS A VERY BIG JOB TO GO…
When Aircondtioner is turned on there is a clicking sound in my 2002 Impala. Clicking stops but aircondtioner quits blowing cold air.?
have you checked the engine thermostat. I have a similar problem..no heat or air. according to a service manual there is a door at the heater core that is supposed to open when the heater switch is turned on. this could be the cause for both of our problems. any ideas for getting to the heater core?