The colder the mornings have gotten, the harder it is to start. I've noticed that when I turn the key to the 'on' position, if I wait in silence - not turning the starter over - I wait until I hear a rapid clicking sound, then when I engage the starter the motor starts every time. If I turn the starter over before I hear the clicking sound it will not start- it just turns over. I've had a friend turn the key to 'on' while I'm beneath the hood before, and I found the clicking is coming from the power distribution box- specifically the relays are clicking- I can feel it with my fingers. I have replaced both the starter and fuel pump relay switches, but problem still exists. I have replaced the fuel pump also. It seems the problem is electrical, I'm wondering is it the computer? I should note that the battery has plenty of juice, and the starter acts as it should every time I turn it over.
Thursday, September 24th, 2020 AT 6:23 PM