clicking car It's one of two things. Need a naw starter, or dead battery.
The clicking noise that you hear is the starter solenoid trying to get the starter to run. Chances are the bendix in the starter is locked up. A good fix for a locked up bendix is a few good taps with a hammer. This should free up the bendix.
It sounds like a CV axle shaft has come loose from the transaxle. This is usually caused by an improperly installed axle shaft of missing or damaged snap-ring type retainer.
Bad battery or bad battery connection. The click is the starter trying to engage, but lacking the power to turn the motor.
The first and easiest answer is to remove the wheel covers and listen again for the clicking noise. It could be a pebble loose inside a wheel cover or a tire valve stem clicking against the wheel cover. If it's not that easy, and your truck has CV joints, I would suspect a bad CV joint. Look for a torn CV boot.
you most likely have low brake fluid or if it stops fine its just an annoying noise
You won't hear a clicking noise from my brake light switch it doesn't make that noise.
drive belts tensioner/under chassis
If it's a 4-wheel drive then it could be the axel joint / CV joint. It could also be the brake pads.
chekyour tire screws, am sure theres the problem
the most probable cause of clicking on rear brakes are weak return springs or a broken one.
brake pads could be worn out. would it be safe to drive for now if the front brake pads are ok?
Coming from the drive wheels? Could be worn CV joints
Believe it or not we cant hear that clicking noise on the roof, a description will help you get an answer...
Sounds like your drive shafts need replacing.
That clicking noise you hear when you press and release the brake pedal is the "Shift Lock Solenoid" engaging and disengageing. The shift lock solenoid is located below the center console directly underneath the gear shift lever. That sound is normal.