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Traverse is dead and keys stuck in ignition

Went out to start the 2009 Traverse this afternoon. Would not turn over at all. Made a clicking noise, but the radio and light worked. Tried starting again- now only the malfunction light came on headlight on very dim. Also the keys are struck in the ignition. The car continues making a patterned clicking under the hood. So the car is dead making a clicking noise with the key stuck in it.

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SOURCE: 2009 Traverse, the engine cooling

That is absolutly normal, the fan is designed to run at a certain temperature not just when the motor is running. On short trips or cool weather the fan won't run at all till needed.

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SOURCE: my lumina will jump start and starts several times then goes dead with clicking noise

I would say if the car stays running after u jumped started it I would replace the battery

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