Bad circuit breaker. That is what you hear clicking. Replace it, and the windows should work again. If not, there is going to be a short somewhere in the harness.
Another thing to check, I'm not sure how common it is, but I I was hearing a clicking and my windows would suddenly stop working, I spent a fortune on diagnostics and parts, and in the end it turned out to be that where the wires attach to the door, (when your in the car and the door is open you can see them if you look right at the hinge of it) That clip was coming loose on me and water was seeping in, once it dried they would roll back up. Solution periodically check that grommet to make sure its snug
There are thousands of reasons... Most common reasons are virus, one of newly installed software causes explorer to stop working and damage of explorer.exe.
the flow of electron or proton causes the electric current
It might be due to various other programs working together. Internet Explorer could crash because of that.
Driving at 50mph or above what causes a loud knocking clicking sound during acceleration?
Voltage causes current to flow in an electric circuit.
the clicking sound is the blinker. when you signal to turn with your blinker the light flashes and makes a clicking sound.
If clicking while trying to start then might be a bad starter. If clicking while running, then might be valve/lifter noise.
it work on the piezo electric effect. when piezo electric ceramic is compressed, it produces voltage in terms of thousands. this voltage is causes an arc (spark) to produce.
Wire, Switch, Motor, window regulator.
That is a Vista problem. Check software author wabsite.
Charge causes magnetic and electric forces. F= qE + qvxB
Accelerating electric charges.
One thing that can cause a clicking noise under the car is when the bar bushings get worn out on the sway bar. Also, it could be coming from the struts if strut oil is leaking. Other things that can cause a clicking noise if not working properly are the exhaust system and the transmission clutch assembly.
What causes an electric current to keep moving is a steady supply of electrons.
The cause of this issue can be blown fuses in the car. If the fuses are not blown, there is a fault in the electrical system.
An electric iron consist of basically a heating coil and heat control circuit viz thermostat. Thermostat act as a switch. When we switch on the electric iron current flows throught the heating coil. The heat in the heating coil causes expansion in the thermostat which gradually disconnects the supply. [ see the working of thermostat].
switches go bad especially if the windows were left down, takes awhile to affect the switches, get new one from parts van or junk yard
That's what relays do when they are energized.
they are clicking cause they are heating up. the heat causes expansion and that's why you hear clicking.
I had a similar problem with a Toyota Corolla. Could be worth a shot There may be a window lock button (usually near the drivers electric window controls). That causes the controls from all, except the driver's, to be unresponsive.
Put a wire carrying an electric current near a compass and it causes the needle to deflect.
You are probably stressed. This could be a matter related to sinuses.
its your blower motor
Air bubbles, same as in cracking knuckles...