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Blinker blinks all the time lights work normaly

The relay goes untill you step on brake, all lights and flasher work as they should. but relay clicks all the time

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  • dlallman May 01, 2009

    I have a 98 jimmy that the flasher is under the passenger dash, ticks all the time until I step on the brake but all the lights and turn signals work properly, replaced the flasher with a new one still does it....help

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    No blinkers or brake lights

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Hello, its sounds as if you have a multifunction switch going out.The turn signal swich. This switch will cause all your lights to go haywire.Thank YOu

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

  • robbskllz Jul 28, 2011

    Hello, i too have the same problem with the relay clicking like my turn signal is on all the time,,,untill i brake,,i replaced the relay but it still does the same clicking. Ive noticed when i hold the hazard button down it goes away..So the turn switch has nothing to do with this....HELP !!!!

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