Question about Hyundai XG350
Just fine during test drive, on the way home however, the would not even make a clicking sound when i would turn them on. my husband whom was following me home said my turn signals werent working
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: intermittent clicking sound
This is a fairly common problem on the '04 Grand Am. I recently fixed the problem on mine. The problem is in the contacts inside the multifunction switch which is comprised of the turn signal lever and windshield wiper level. If you remove the plastic covering around the stearing wheel (simple just a few hex head screws) you can see the multifunction switch directly ontop of the steering column. Remove the screw holding it in place and disconnect the several wires in the back. The whole unit will come right out, you can take in your house and fix the rest. If you open it up - there several screws required to do this - you will see copper contacts where the turn signal lever touches to indicate its position (left right or off). Clean this off well with a damp paper towel to remove the grease and reapply some dielectric grease to the contacts. Put everything back together and you should be click-free! The problem seems to be that over time the contacts wear down and arching can occur between the contacts, thus confusing your turn signal clicker and allowing it to click at random times. Cleaning it out gets rid of any metal fragments in the grease and the new grease will act to prevent the arching.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
This simply means that the front driver side turn signal bulb has failed. Replace it.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
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I pulled my switch out of the dash and sprayed it with contact cleaner. Air dry and put back in. 2 years without a problem. If you're not electrical savy, I'm pretty sure there was a recall on that, and it should be replaced for free.
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
The clicking sound comes from the old-fashioned thermal blinker switch. There is an electronic flasher unit whick is a direct replacement (and usually more reliable) which does not make a noise. This is probably what you have. There is no problem.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
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