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Turn signal has a load "buzzing" when activated

When we activate our turn signals on our Durango, what we get is a load, harsh "buzzing". The turn signal light do not flash on the car.

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  • leboljm Feb 26, 2009

    I will try replacing that. Thank you.

  • leboljm Feb 26, 2009

    Would that cause that loud "buzz" noise? I have replaced blubs before on other SUVs. Never heard that before. But, I will check. Thank you

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You need to replace the turn signal flasher unit... just follow the buzzing noise to locate it.... start under the dash on the drivers side.

Robert

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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    Roberta Smith Feb 26, 2009

    before you do that.. make sure none of the bulbs are burnt out

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    Roberta Smith Feb 26, 2009

    Just a thought in the back of my mind about a vehicle i owned... most of them either blink rapidly... or just stay on when a bulb is burnt out.... considering the cost of bulbs i suspect that is one thing i would check tho a flasher unit is inexpensive as well and more then likely the proper solution.



    Robert

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