Why does my starter relay just clicks?
A dead battery is the most common cause of a clicking noise when trying to start your car. Usually, you will hear a rapid succession of clicks. The noise indicates that the starter solenoid or relay is operating, but there isn't enough battery current to turn the starter motor. via
What relay controls the starter?
A starter relay, commonly known as a starter solenoid, is the part of a vehicle which switches a huge electric current to the starter motor, in light of a little control current, and which in turn sets the engine in motion. via
When car won't start what is the click click click?
Perhaps your battery's dead, or your alternator, which charges the battery, isn't working correctly. If the source of the clicking is electrical, the starter (a small motor energized by the battery that gets the engine running) doesn't have enough juice to stay powered. via
Can you start an automatic car without a starter?
If your car has automatic transmission, you can jump-start your car and can also check for other reasons to identify a broken starter. However, the push-starting method won't work with an automatic car as you need manual transmission to push-start your vehicle. via
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