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I hear a ticking noise light if my turn signal was on but it is not and wont stop waht could it be

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The turn signal flasher and the hazard flasher are both integrated in to the hazard warning switch on the dash,this is acually called a Hazard Warning module,there is a GM bulliten for this,it is acually a recall for the complaint your having, the GM bulliten # is 03043A and the dealership will replace the Hazard Warning switch module at no charge to you,GM knows about the failing switch and that is why they issued the recall on them,so i suggest you bring that car into the dealership so they can replace it at no charge parts and labor,bring the campaign number that i gave you that way theres no guesswork.oh and it only takes about 10 min to replace. Good luck and hope this helps.

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