I have a 99 buick park avenue with 100757 miles. The clicking sound is coming from the front drivers side. I've already replaced the cv axle on the left side. It's still making the clicking sound. Especially when when accelerating to make a turn right.
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Replacing a front turn signal bulb is easy, as I just did my own. On the front driver's side, look at the wheel well splash panel and you'll see one plastic pin. Use a claw hammer and pull the pin out. Now just pull the plastic splash panel out of your way.
Look behind the front bumper and you'll see the light fixture. The top left wire and & bulb socket is right there. Give the socket a 1/4 turn to the left and you have access to replacing the bulb which is a 194, available at any parts store, 2 for $5.00.
If the left side still works, its not the blinker relay, the thing you hear ticking. Both left and right signals go through the same signal stat. Turn on your hazard flashers and make sure the bulbs on both the left and right side come on. If the do, you may have a problem with the turn signal switch on the steering column itself. If only the left comes on, it could be bad bulbs on the right side or a wiring issue. Wiring issues are more rare on Park Aves.