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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If it is coming from the passenger side it could be the servo opening the fresh air flap - or possibly not opening it if the gear on the servo has broken which could be the reason for the clicking sound.
By what you are explaining sounds like the "Lifters" have worn out, try putting a quart of "Lucas Oil" in it,is about $10-$12 at your local auto parts store, it will help reduce the noise considerably. Good Luck.
the polos have a recycle flap motor located on the passenger side behind the glove compartment and a temp. flap motor also located behind the glove box but more towards the center of the dash and near the bottom.one or both of these motors are probably stuck or slipping on the plastic gears.
The clicking noise you are hearing is the temp door actuator. It is located in the center of the dash. If you look behind the radio from the Passenger side of the van you will see a white square box with a black or green connector in it. Remove the connector and then remove screws that hold the actuator in place. Install a new actuator and reconnect the wire connector. This should take care of your problem and your heater will be fixed. I hope this was helpful.
You will have to check that the power supply to the engine is not switching off for some reason.It certainly sounds like an ignition relay but could be a few things.Can someone start the car while you isolate the click to its source?Do you have an immobiliser?