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I hear a clicking sound on my left pedals evrytime i put load on it.

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I have a 2006 pacifica. I have no brake lights (left right). When I press the brake pedal, I hear a click sound coming from under the shifter area. Weird?


No not weird that clicking sound is your shift lock it's supposed to make that sound first check
Brake light fuse if that is good check brake light switch witch is mounted under the dash above the brake pedal somtimes they can unadjust them selves and the switch doesn't hit the pedal or it is just bad and if that's not the problem it's the module that you will have to take to a repair shop

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The clicking is the safety switch connected to the Brake pedal that allows u to move the shifter to another gear, like Drive or reverse. This is normal ...My HHR had the same clicking sound when pressing the brake pedal before putting the Vehicle in gear.

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It possibly is the brake light switch, this is mounted on the top of the brake pedal, check the brake lights are working? The switch is not normally loud enough to hear? Check the area around the brake pedal, make sure things like heater air pipes are secure and away from the pedal. If the brakes are ok and the brake lights are working, it has to be something fouling the pedal.

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I have a very annoying clicking noise from my Shimano Ultegra PDR6oo pedals.This noise only happens when climbing.I have just changed the cleats,but the noise persists.They are about six years old and have...


Hi, the clicking noise that you hear is the sound of bearings/races reaching the end of their service life. You will need to take the pedals off and then remove the pedal from the shaft itself. Inspect the bearings and the races for excessive wear. The new bearings can be put in place using some thick grease on the race you can then stick each bearing into the grease and the will stay put until you are ready to do the opposite side of the pedal.

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replace the stop lamp switch. It's right behind the brake pedal and it should take care of your problem. Double check it by listening for a clicking sound at the shifter when you step on the brake to release it from park. If you don't hear the clicking sound then its the stop lamp switch. If you do hear the clicking sound then you have two problems. The stop lamp switch and the shifter assembly. There is also a manual override for the shifter located right behind the shifter. Its the little spring loaded flap. Stick a pencil in there to release the shifter.

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My 04 navigator left power seat wont move any direction and pedal adjust wont move...there is a clicking sound coming from a black box under seat but no function


it does not appear that the driver seat or adjustable pedal share anything in common

furthermore, the sound you hear clicking may be the actual seat motor trying to work, but lets do a quick test

try to move the seat up/down, forward/back and any combination. If while holding the button in said position and you consistently hear the clicking sound that follow the sound and touch the motor under your seat. If you feel the "clicking" then your seat motor is bound or siezed and will need repair.

if instead you just hear one click then you might be experiencing a relay problem

As for the pedal adjustment... have you checked fuse #109 (30A) @ the CJB (Central Junction Box) behind the right kick panel?

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Try these thing and let me know what happens. Binary Bob

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