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Clicking noise in intrepid

I checked again but it seems that the clicking sound is coming from behind the dashboard. It seems to be coming from the very top driverside left side of the steering wheel. I know that when it clicks the ABS, check engine light shut off at the same time. So I'm guessing it's an electrical problem. But as soon as it clicks, those same lights (check engine, ABS) shut off and that's when it stalls.

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Check on what relays are under there.

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