@shaybaby ,babygirl143love , Use the links below to help determine what the noise is in/on your vehicle( 1st link, you click on the items and noise will be played back for various issues). Really if your car has already lost transmission gear usage and grinds, you should seriously consider stop driving/using the car before catastrophic failure, causing a serious accident or leaving you stranded. If not comfortable working on your vehicle have a good shop take a look, diagnose and estimate repair. Good luck.
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@shaybaby can you describe where under the hood the clicking comes from? It would be unusual for a transmission to click while it is in park....
It sounds like it is coming from the transmission but it is hard to tell cuz the engine is slightly over it also so it difficult to explain in the middle but over to the left about 6 inches.
Does your car have a turbocharger or supercharger?
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No it does not. Basic 91 Honda accord
Just to clarify. Does it click when the car is stationary or when it it being driven or both?
Does the clicking speed up or slow down as you increase or decrease the revs of the motor?
If it occurs when stationary, select neutral or park and rev the engine slowly up and down to determine if it changes. Ensure that the emergency brake (parking brake, handbrake whatever you know it as) is applied when you do this.
Is it there all the time or does it come and go?