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Constant clicking from behind/under glove-box as IF the hazard lights were on. Hazard switch and lights work normaly....

Did you ever figure out exactly how to fix it'???? Thanks
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I had the same problem and when you replace your turn signal switch that annoying clicking noise from the glove box will stop. Promise! :D

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Hi had that problem with my blazer thought it was the signal switch when to rplace it was told that it would have been a waist of my money the problem actually exists in the turn signal swithc the contacts in the turn signal are dirty either a replace the switch in the steering coloum or takeit appart and clean the contacts .

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