Question about 2004 Toyota Highlander
I have found that the directional signals on my 2004 Toyota Highlander make virtually no clicking sounds when signalling a turn. End result is some near misses when the signal has been left on after a 3/4 turn. I have a Camry and do not have this problem with that car. The turn signals click loud and clear.
There is a turn signal switch device found under the dash that can sometimes be placed in an area that impedes the sound from reaching the driver. Turn the signal on while parked and in a safe area and listen for the source of the turn signal sound under the dash. Many times they are found along the steering column. Use a long screwdriver touched on the actual assembly and place the handle to your ear to verify that this is the correct assembly. If it is and it's not blocked somehow, check with a parts store for a replacement and tell the you would like one that has a substantially louder indicating sound. They should be able to accommodate and once replaced should resolve this safety issue.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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