This could be a bad ground or one of the posts on the battery may be faulty. They have a habbit of tearing out. Check for signs of cracks on the base of the posts where the threads go in.
Your Ground or power wire to the starter may also be loose.
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If the Chrysler is only making a clicking noise and will not start, check the starter. Also check the alternator, and the battery. The starter solenoid is more than likely the reason the car is clicking and not starting.
Check battery, cables and starter.
Why is your 1993 Altima Nissan making a clicking noise but does not start?
if you have connected it up properly it could be just that your battery is completely flat and that when you hook up the charger some relays are getting power and making the clicking noise
Charge or replace the battery.
replace your fan clutch.
try jumping the battery in the car or cleaning the cables
Could be, a dead battery, dirty/loose battery connections, starter failure, charging system failure,
If a car doesn't start and it has a clicking noise, it could be the battery. Another reason it could be is the starter is out.
Does the engine turn over and then make the clicking noise while trying to start, or does it not do anything but make the clicking noise when you turn the key. If its not turning over at all then it might be a battery problem, Try cleaning the battery terminals, and/or charge the battery, Could also be the starter solenoid, but start with the battery first.
A loud fast clicking noise is usually indicative of a low battery or a loose cable.
When the battery does not have enough voltage to turn the starter over it will sometimes make a clicking noise.
If just clicking and not starting, most likely a dead battery.
The Battery is shot and you need to replace it.
Maybe flat battery?
you need to make sure battery is fully charged, and battery cables are tight and clean the clicking sound indicates poor connections,flat battery or a bad starter motor
dead battery or bad starter (with the clicking, I'm 95% sure its the battery)
starter relay , up of the battery , open ignition on , place car on park and jump it.
A bad resistor can cause your BCM to make a clicking sound. The clicking noise can be caused by the relays and replacing the BCM will fix the problem.
Put Key in ignition and turn it a bit.
Mine had a clicking noise and it turned out to be the front passanger side axle assembly.
The starter or battery cables/terminals are corrode.