Question about 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse
I had this same thing occur with my eclipse with a battery that had been dead for a long period of time, so long that the security system was going off. The "fuse box" you're talking about is actually the relay box. Inside of it are a couple relays that are important: The "theft-alarm horn relay" and the "headlight relays". Most likely one of these are the source of the clicking. The good news is that if you hook up a new good battery, the anti-theft device will deactivate after a set period of time and the clicking should stop.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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