Q: Clicking sound and no air

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I have a 2011 Jeep Lorado and when I turn my car on it makes an obnoxious clicking sound and cuts off the air on both driver and passenger side. When the clicking stops the air works on the passenger side only. The clicking sound is intermittent and will go on and off in park or while driving for about 15-20 minutes then it seems to stop. But the air still won't work on drivers side only passenger. Any ideas?
My car has an automatic transmission.

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