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Clicking noise from the flasher relay when i use blinkers

Clicking noise from the flasher relay when i use my blinkers

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That's normally a good sign.

I'd just check them out, switch on the 4 way flasher/emergency lights and walk round the car. If they're flashing on all 4 quarters. Its OK.

Posted on May 30, 2010

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