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Insert key, turn to start, dash lights go out, no electrical to anything, Batt indicator illuminated, turn key to off, clicking sound from right side near heater duct, also can hear from outside with hood open, key is still off sound continues. key on & off several times , no action no change. disconnect battery cable, all power gone. reconnect battery all systems go, started & ran good, but I don't like intermittent problems, thank you.Don

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