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The clicking is coming from the trim relay. The problem here is going to be either a bad relay, or a bad trim motor, and this is very easy to test for. If you are comfortable with electricity what you would do is disconnect the battery first. And then remove the trim relay. When you remove it there will be 2 wires that are much larger than the rest. They will be green and blue. After the relay is disconnected. Hook the battery back up. and then jump the heavy blue wire to battery positive. And the heavy blue wire to ground. And if the trim motor works it will start to trim up. If it does, the relay is confirmed bad. If nothing happens, the motor is confirmed bad.
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