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"clicking" noise under dash of my 96 Subaru Legacy (2.2L)

I'm assuming this is a faulty relay, but I don't know what its function is. From time to time while driving (more prevalently on hot days), I will experience an intermittent "clicking" noise (6 clicks, pause, 6 clicks, pause, ....). Eventually, it will stop after doing this for a while. Any thoughts on what this could be? The sound appears to be coming from the dash, either in the steering column or in the dash around the column. If it is a relay, how do I access it? Thanks, David R.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    relays click for a reason, no fault light?

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Its possible the sound is coming from an air conditioner "motor". That is the term for the vacuum and electric solenoids which operate the temperature "doors" in the ductwork.

If you turn the A/C off and all the vent functions off the sound should stop. You may be able to isolate the source by switching to defrost or panel settings. The shop manuals would tell which solenoid is suppose to be active when the dash controls are set to a certain position.

If you wind up going to a dealer, this info would make it faster to diagnose. Perhaps ask a parts person what they sell to fix this problem. The parts guys work hand in hand with the mechanics in the shop.

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