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Continous clicking (signal lights)

I have 2004 pontiac grand am when signal light in center postion,i still hear rapid clicking.signal lights working ok when i use them but as soon as the signal goes back to center postion,rapid clicking occurs as if the signal lights still on.I hear it somewhere in the middle of dash above the stereo

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The multi-function (aka combination) switch probably has contaminated grease in the switch contacts from wear.

See:
http://www.wikihow.com/Fix-Grand-Am-Turn-Signals

for do-it-yourself repair instructions. You can also buy a new aftermarket switch, if you don't want to take apart the existing one and clean up the electrical contacts.

For example, see:
http://www.autozone.com/Ntt,SW1414/shopping/allResults.htm
(or just go to http://www.autozone.com/ and search for part #SW1414)

For 2003 Grand Am, it was listed as "Duralast / dimmer switch", but other makes & models may go by another name.

Another link:
http://www.1aauto.com/1A/HeadlightSwitch/Pontiac/GrandAm/1AZCC00031/703400

The OEM (GM) part number for mine was: 22676853

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HI.there is a defective part called the hazard lamp switch located in the middle of the dash.These switches fail internally.Try poking the switch hard with your fingers a few times when you hear the noise.If the noise goes away,the switch is probably faulty.The switch is very easy to replace.Just remove the trim on the dash carefully,then remove the switch.

Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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