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Only making a clicking noise when trying to start vehicle. After 10 minutes when the car finally starts, I get an error that says reduced power and I can only get up to 35 mph.

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It's probably a problem with your alternator or battery, the clicking noise is your engine struggling to get the power needed from your battery so it can start, the low power level most likely means your alternator is bad, which would mean it's not putting any significant amount of electricity into your battery, causing the clicking and other problems. So my suggestion is take it to a mechanic and get a new alternator, if that doesn't help then get a system check, which will run 50-85 dollars usually, but then you'll know any problems and where they're coming from.

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