Give this a try. Turn Siri off, reboot the iPad, turn Siri on again. It can take a minute or so before Siri reactivates because it has to connect to Apple's server again.
Reboot the iPad by holding down on the sleep and home buttons at the same time for about 10-15 seconds until the Apple Logo appears - ignore the red slider if it appears on the screen - let go of the buttons. Let the iPad start up.Then go back to Settings>Siri>On. Give it a minute or so, try Siri again and then try typing again.iPad (3rd gen) Wi-Fi, iOS 6.1.3, 64 GB
I don't think it's a bug. I still think that you can fix it. It doesn't happen to me and I have never heard of it happening to anyone sales. If it was a bug, I really think that there would have been a lot more people reporting the problem here in the forum. You still haven't tried restoring your iPad software and I'm not suggesting that yet either, but I'm saying that there are other things to try.
This is the next thing I would try. Reset all Settings. Settings>General>Reset>Reset All Settings. When you do this, you have to go back into the settings app and select all of your device settings again. It takes some time to do that because you will be returning your device's settings to "out of the box" condition with regard to the settings.
You will not lose any app data, apps, music, or any other media at all.
Hey demo from Pittsburg pa I tried everything you said about resetting the settings to fix the keyboard clicks that is not working after you use Siri well that did not work anymore ways I could do to fix it