Question about 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE
My brother had this problem with his car, and his turn signals were acting up also... somewhere at the base of the turn signal lever there is a switch that is activated by moving the lever up (right) and down (left) and there is a type of grease inside this switch. he solved the problem by wiping a lot of this grease out of there. (after years of use, metal shavings from the circuit build up in the grease allowing the circuit to complete itself randomly, causing the clicking sound) try it out and see if it helps. might not hurt to see if you can replace that grease as well.
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
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