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HAZARD FLASHER Flasher is clicking all the time when driving I have replaced the flasher but the problem continues

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Check with VW there was a recall on this, mine was working fine and they replace it on a recall and every now and then it will click on its own, tends to get to you after a while.

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Posted on May 21, 2009

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