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Flasher unit going off while blinkers are not on.

Already replaced flasher unit still having issue. just makes the noise but not actually blinking, guess while im at it my auto door locks dont work and all passenger window controls are intermitant?

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  • numpipeliner May 11, 2010

    are u talking about the multi function switch with the blinker arm and wiper contols and stuff on it

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This sounds like a malfunction with a keyless entry system or a alarm system.

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