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Tick, Tick, Tick

There is a ticking sound coming from under the hood. Seems to be coming from the battery or fuse box. I have no power, lights, auto locks or anyhting. Battery is connecterd properly.

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My 2006 Poniac G6 has a flapping sound when the a/c or defrost is on but stops when I change it to inside circulation. Maybe that's what's going on with yours....

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It could be a dry or worn bearing on a belt pulley, a dry valve lifter, or a leaky gasket. Pray that it is a leket or pulley, as they are eay and relatively cheap to repair.  also check out check to see if it shakes in drive and reverse. If it does have the motor mounts checked out they could be broken.
Sounds like you may have a bad spark plug wire,the ticking noise you hear may be the spark arching to the block or cylinder head. Open the hood at night and look for blue sparks jumping across the wires. 

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