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2004 PONTIAC GRAND AM SIGNAL CLICKS EVEN WHEN SIGNAL NOT ON

There is a bothersom continual ticking sound after I use my turn signal switch. It ticks, like it's supposed to, when I signal to turn, but when the switch flips off, there is still a ticking sound (the signal lights are working as they should). Eventually it stops, but the next time I use the turn signal, same thing over again.

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  • maryspencer May 15, 2009

    I will have that checked out this weekend, thanks!

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This is a common problem on many Grand Ams. GM has a recall out there on the 00-03 models. Unfortunately they discontinued the recall for the 04 and newer models. The flasher most likely needs to be replaced. The part costs about $30 and labor can run you between 70 and 90 dollars an hour. The part only takes about 30 minutes to be replaced. So you can either get it repaired or just turn your radio up really loud and drown out the ticking noise!!! :D

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I would think it would be your flasher switch. The one under your dash that makes the ticking sound. Just unplug it and replace it.

Posted on May 15, 2009

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I had the same problem with the annoying ticking. You can replace the turn signal switch which is located in the steering column. It costs around $45 at a junkyard but you might find it on Ebay. Good Luck.

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