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Directional signal clicker is barely audible. Can this be replaced easily?

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Well, that depends, Usually it is your relay in the fuse panel located just inside the driver-side door that needs replacing. (Open the door, look at the side of the dashboard, pull cover off panel, flasher relay is marked as such.) However, there may be a more complicated problem that requires pulling the turn signal handle out of the column. This requires being a very flexible person because the screws are in the underside. I recommend checking the relay first. If it is more complex, check UTube videos for Ford truck turn signal problems.

Posted on Apr 26, 2015

Testimonial: "Thanks much for the tip, I will check it out. If it is more complex than the relay I will probably let it go. It would be nice to hear the click but not vital."

  • Bruce Allen
    Bruce Allen Apr 26, 2015

    Tried your suggestion, found the part, just replaced it with exact duplicate from AutoZone for $7.00. Thanks again!

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