F150 relay clicking

F150 relay clicking DEFAULT

Dome lights cutting on/off and relay or fuse clicking?

Djarratt2607 said:

No signs of windshield leak and all fuses are fine. But honestly I don't know how to check relays? Never had a problem with one.

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1 Open owners manual.

2 Find under dashboard fuse box diagram.

3 Locate auxiliary lighting relay on diagram.

4 Locate auxiliary lighting relay in under dashboard fuse box.

5 Remove auxiliary lighting relay from under dashboard fuse box.

6 Take auxiliary lighting relay to auto parts store.

7 Purchase replacement relay that matches auxiliary lighting relay.

8 Go to parking lot.

9 Insert new relay into auxiliary lighting relay position.

10 Open and close doors.

11 Have new auxiliary lighting relay cause same issues as old auxiliary lighting relay.

12 Search forum and discover that ecu has water damage from windshield leak due to length of solid body vehicle.

Or at least thats how I diagnosed your exact symptoms. Let us know how it turns out.

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These guides can help us fix it

https://www.2carpros.com/articles/starter-not-working-repair

and

https://www.2carpros.com/articles/car-battery-load-test

Please run down these guides and report back.

Maybe you have an abnormal parasitic draw on your system, that is if normal draws over a long period time are "normally" sucking your battery out. We may get into that possibility if below does not help.

Ok, lets do the basics 1st before we throw blame elsewhere.

Grab your battery clamps on the battery posts, can you forcibly twist, pull, make it move the clamp on of the battery using your hand?

If you have aftermarket (regular ole) clamps whereas a 2 hole strap holds the cable to the clamp. Let's "left and right" the cable forcibly. Does the copper on the other side of the strap move? (it should not!)

Your starter solenoid (now days called a starter relay) body should be bolted on to a good clean ground (fender)

Now for the good part, I always try to shorten this but get the message through.

Clean the battery posts and inside of the battery clamps. Tap them way down on the battery posts. Tighten well (your clamp should still have a gap when you are done, not the clamp ends touching and the bolt will go no further). (This depends on the type clamp you have)

Now follow the positive and negative cables from the battery and the starter.

Clean (or at least loosen and scooch the ends around) the cable ends and the posts they connect to. (both sides of the Solenoid, the starter connection (These all being the Hot cables) and check the ground from the negative battery cable. Tighten everything well.

Many folks halfheartedly do these things, they'll touch the items but never get in there on them!

Here's a link from our site (repair guides-top right of our pages)

https://www.2carpros.com/articles/everything-goes-dead-when-engine-is-cranked

Here's some pics I made

Keep us posted on progress,

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No horn, but I hear a click

It works slightly differently depending on whether you have speed control or not. I presume you do, b/c that’s the only configuration that uses a horn relay. First check fuse 16. The horn switch is part of the speed control switch ass’y, and grounds the horn relay coil (DB wire) when the horn switch is depressed. If your speed control functions normally, the ground connection is probably ok, but the switch could still be faulty. the horn relay should have a Y/LG wire attached. It should measure battery voltage when the horn switch is depressed, and that connects to a DB wires which go to the two horns, one on the left for the low pitch, one on the right for the high pitch.

So check that the horn relay is powering up the horns. If you got battery voltage to the horns and they don’t honk, either both horns are faulty, or their grounds are making a good contact.

The horn relay appears to be located inside the passenger compartment, under the left side of the dash, near the speed control gadget.

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How to Tell If a Starter Relay Is Bad in a Ford

  1. Disable the ignition system.
  2. Have a helper turn the ignition key to "Start." You should hear a clear click coming from the relay.
  3. Connect a jumper wire from the positive battery terminal to the "S" terminal on the relay.
  4. Check the voltage drop on each cable connection at the starter relay.

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Considering this, how do I know if my starter relay is bad?

If your starter relay has gone bad, the electrical signal will never make it from the battery to the starter motor. As a result, your engine won't turn over - no matter how many times you turn the key. A faulty relay often produces an audible clicking sound when you turn your car.

Similarly, how do you bypass a starter relay? How to Bypass the Starter Solenoid

  1. Locate the starter motor under the vehicle.
  2. Locate the two metal contacts on the back of the starter solenoid.
  3. Place the metal blade of an insulated screwdriver across both metal contacts.
  4. Get a friend to help you by turning on the ignition with the key.
  5. Listen to the starter motor.

Subsequently, one may also ask, how do I know if my Ford solenoid is bad?

Listen for the solenoid to click when the key is turned.Have a friend turn the key in the ignition to attempt to start the vehicle. Listen carefully, as you should hear a click when the starter solenoid engages. If you do not hear a click, the starter solenoid is likely not functioning properly.

What happens when the starter solenoid goes bad?

When the solenoid goes bad, something happens so there is inadequate or no current to the starter when you turn the key. The power contacts may burn or corrode, adding enough resistance to the circuit so that the starter doesn't engage properly, or doesn't turn the engine over.

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Clicking f150 relay

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F-150 makes a clicking sound behind the dash.

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