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Hazard relay/resistor? Constant clicking from behind/under glove-box as IF the hazard lights were on. Hazard switch and lights work normaly. Stops when brakes are applied. Im also in the process of replacing the Blower Motor resistor...located in the same place. Experience Level = Novice Thanks

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  • ddeising Dec 27, 2008

    I have the same exact problem with my wifes 99 s-10 blazer. Now, She turned the fan off for a minute and turned it back on and it won't come back on. I unplugged the fan and hooked it up directly to the battery and the fan works fine.

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    s10 hazard lights go solid when applying brakes

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I have the exact problem, someone told me it could be one of the resistors or relays

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