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2004 Grand Am turn signal won't stop clicking, even when off.

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Pontiac had a problem with this for years. You can call any Pontiac dealerships parts department and they will tell you the directional switch is at fault

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It's your turn signal switch. It's a simple fix. Remove 2 bolts from the outer shell on the steering column and 1 bolt on top of the assembly. Reverse procedure but make sure you push the tiny pin on the back as you place the new assembly in place. Good luck

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Can a turn signel work for about 15 seconds and then stop? or could it be the relay?


the flasher unit is probably worn out.there is a bi-metalic metal strip that gets tired and won`t expand and contract making the clicking noise you hear when the signals are in use.it stops expanding and contracting causing the flashers to stop working.change the flasher unit but make sure you changing the one for the signal flasher and not the hazards flasher as they look the same.to know which one turn on the hazards and look for the other flasher that is not making a noise as this will be the one for the signals.

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My brake light is on while driving and my turn signal lights are not coming on


there are several causes, check bulbs first. A crossed filament in a bulb can cause similar problems. The brake & turn use the same filament so if the brake lights are on, due to a bad switch underdash, the turn signals won't work.

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When making a turn, right or left, the signal lights flash fine and the clicking sound is heard. But when the turn is complete the clicking sound does not stop it continues off and on for at least 10...


i have a 2003 grand am and had the same problem .....all u have to do is take off the signal control hand and take it apart and clean the contacts with q-tip and...alcohol mine is still working great no clicking anymore

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2004 Grand Prix turning Signal lights wont work.


YOU HAVE TO REPLACE THE TURN SIGNAL SWITCH.BECAUSE WHEN IT GOES OUT.SOME TIMES YOUR DIMMER SWITCH STOP WORKING.IF YOU GOING TO FIX IT YOUR SELF BESURE TO.DISARM AIR BAGS FIRST.

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Flasher clicks turn signals all work. What needs to be replaced? 2004 Pontiac grand am gt


The clicking noise is you concern ? I would replace the turnsignal switch or the hazzard switch.

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2004 PONTIAC GRAND AM SIGNAL CLICKS EVEN WHEN SIGNAL NOT ON


I would think it would be your flasher switch. The one under your dash that makes the ticking sound. Just unplug it and replace it.

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Having problems with repeated clicking in dash when turn signals are not on. I believe it is a multifunction switch but don't know how to repair and what tools I need. It is a 2004 Pontiac Grand Am GT. ...


The most common for this is that the hazzard flasher switch is the problem. The hazzard flasher / switch is also the turn signal flasher. There is no wire to cut to stop the clicking. The switch needs to be replaced. Lightly pushing in on the switch button will cause the lights to act irratically if it is the problem. The only other thing that causes this is the turn signal switch in the steering column. Tech jk

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