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The asd relay on a 1997 dodge ram 1500 makes clicking noise does not start after turning the ignition on and off 4 times it stops the noise and it starts

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the clicking noise is the starter solenoid, the heavy electrical contacts that supply 12 volts to the starter are burnt, you will either need to replace the starter slenoid contact set or the solenoid.

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yep its the ignition switch.check all fuses in power distribution center.if they ok.its the switch.

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ASD relay faulty? Try swapping it with same number from other relays & see if clicking stops. I believe there is others same # in there, but might not be. Get back to me if not.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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