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Q: Clicking from the AC system.

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Clicking noise coming from the dashboard. It may be coming from the AC system.

A clicking sound coming from your dash could be the blower motor fan blades contacting something or just a faulty relay that wont stay closed. If you can try to pinpoint when the problem mostly occurs, if its only the A/C or does it also happen when the heater is on? This information can be helpful. If you set an appointment with YourMechanic a certified mechanic will gladly be able to diagnose and fix this problem.

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