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What clicking. I don't hear it. Many things can make that type of sound so I need more I to. Like when does it do it, does somethingelse you do cause it? Ect. Be as descriptive of what happens for why and when it occurs. Even if it sound stupid let me know, like, only leaving the drive through at lock burger joint. It may help. It may not. Then you'll have to take it to the best mechanic you can find. I am master certified mechanic .. Blah blah blah, and have only met a couple real mechanics in my life so good luck.
Hi, It's either the start device on the compressor or you have a bad compressor. You'll have to pull it away from the wall and take the bottom back panel off to check the compressor. It will likely be real hot to the touch from what you described happening. If there is a little white colored box on the left side take that off and remove the wires, etc. and shake it... if it rattles and debris falls out then that's the problem. It's fairly common and they make a kit to replace it with a better designed part that's real easy to install yourself. If your compressor has a label on it with a blue indian head symbol, then you're out of luck as that brand pretty much sucks and is destroyed by heat. It would mean a new compressor and then you'd be lucky if the new one even worked from the factory. Avoid those Tecumseh compressors at all cost.
this to me just reading this sounds like a timing issue at idle you miss it's retared tomuch or advanced a bit under throlle your ok so setting maybe just lit out what sort of miles o4 im geussing 10k prob neededs a pro service done hope this helps