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Clicking sound with no key is the ignition. No lights, radio, nothing. It feels like the relay is vibrating.

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Blow fuse. or dead battery.
if car jumper cable starts its a dead battery.
if the charging system is bad it repeats.
if not, and there is phantom dains, it repeats until fixed.
do tell which it is.

the charge system puts out 13.3 to 15vdc running does it (after the jump)
in the morning after it run again.
is battery at 12.6vdc, if not, there is phantom drains, as simple as oops left on the headlights.

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Fully charge the battery first disconnect it from the vehicle, replace the relay borrowed from another spot, try it

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