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Clixking nose makes clicking nose when I turn power on

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There are several relays that turn on when a car's electrical system is engaged. It sounds like one of them is having trouble staying turned on. It may be indicative of a short or old frayed wiring that is causing a circuit to cycle continuously; or it could just be a bad relay.
I have an old battered truck with cracked, dried up wiring that his that problem with the relay on the little door under the dash that lets in fresh air. it draws juice, opens the door, overheats the bad wiring, the circuit cuts out, it cools off almost immediately, then turns on again, causing the relay to be constantly flickering on and off, and because it is old too - it clicks loudly both going off and coming on.

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