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I hear a cclicking noise when I step on break when key is on. I don't hear the click while car is running. Its a 97 infinity q45

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Most automatics have a lock on the transmission selector.
When the vehicle is in P (Park) you are not able to select drive or a gear unless you depress the brake pedal.
My Audi Q7 ha a solenoid and you hear it click when I put my foot on the brake.
This solenoid stops you from accidentally selecting a gear without the brake depressed.

Is it a single click when you depress the pedal.
Or is it a constant click click click ?

Posted on Apr 28, 2015

  • Rick Apr 28, 2015

    Single click. Just started doing it

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motor run ruff and will not ideal

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SOURCE: whinning noise while driving

850,000 miles?!?!?! wow
it is probably a bearing going bad in the alternator or a idler pulley. need to have someone check these. does it do it if you just rev engine some sitting still?

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SOURCE: i hear a metalic clicking noise when i step on my gas pedal, why

It could be your CV Joints. To test them, turn hard to one side and hit the gas. If it get's worse you have a bad CV Joint. If not, you may have brakes dragging or a hub bearing going bad. I would start with the CV Joints first, especially if you have more than 60K Miles on the vehicle.

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SOURCE: security on. car wont crank. can trun key wont

verify that you have a fully charge battery and that you have the same amount of voltage at the battery as at the starter when the key is turned to the start position. If not repair fault at positive cable either at battery or at starter. If voltage checks good. Use a remote starter and turn key to the on position and try to crank over engine with remote starter. if engine cranks over. You have a defective starter solenoid and starter must be replaced.

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SOURCE: Car overheats after freeway drive and stop at 2nd

Is the coolant system being pressurized? I'll bet the head-gasket is beginning to fail. If your lucky it's a bad water pump...but I'm voting for head-gasket.

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