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When you say you are getting a click noise- is this a 1-click per ignition? Or a rapid, repeating clicking?
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Ok. The rapid, repeated clicking is the tell-tale sign of a battery that has less than 12v or a poor connection. So first, inspect the battery terminal connections and make sure they are tight and free of any corrosion. If the terminals look good, then the battery will need to be jumped/replaced/tested. Once the vehicle is running, check for any items that may have been left on. If nothing found, I would recommend the Alternator be tested to make sure it is charging the battery correctly. Most local big-chain parts stores will test the Alternator and Battery for Free. If you found this answer helpful, please help me by leaving a rating using the "stars" at the top of the page or click 'accept'.Rating or accepting my answer does not cost you extra. It allows me to be credited for answering your question. Please do the right thing, and rate or accept.
If you have access to a multi-meter, you can test the battery and alternator yourself. Let me know and I can provide the test method.
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