Question about 2005 Honda Element
The clicking is caused by insufficient CURRENT closing and holding the starter solenoid closed. Stick a flat blade screwdriver between the battery post and battery terminal, then try starting. If it starts, clean battery posts. If not, battery is discharged.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
I would get your battery tested if it is fine and your car still dont start you have a starter motor problem personaly i would ignor the green indicator
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