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Blinker flasher problem

This is driving me insane...for some reason my blinker system is making that clicking sound continueosly....whats weird is that the left and right signal lights work fine but there after the clicking continues...sigh...what could be the problem?

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Theres a fuse in the fuse box it might help to change it i would look like a round metal peace so try that

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Need a diagram for how to find the flasher in a 1999 dodge's not in the fuse boxes

Simple method without mystery:
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  3. Find source of clicking. It is the flasher. :)
NOTE: Emergency flashers and blinkers usually use a separate flasher unit, but one is close to the other. If your blinkers do not work but your emergency flashers do, find the emergency flasher unit by finding the source of clicking, then locate the blinker flasher nearby. They will ALWAYS be underneath the dashboard on the driver side.

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Ok i have a 2001 chevy S10 pickup and for awhile now the battery volts drop while im driving if i turn my blinker on the needle gos up and down with every click iv checked the battery altinator and starter...

Something is draining the battery. That means there is an "open" circuit somewhere. Since you say it happens when you turn your blinkers on, I would say that is where to start. I am used to working on older cars so don't know what related sensors there may be on your vehicle. I usually start with the fuses and/or flasher can. The flasher can would probably be making a clicking sound if it was bad, but like I said, I don't know your vehicle. The fuses are usually located underneath the dash on the driver's side in a small box.

Also check for a bare or cracked wire which may be shorting out against metal. Problem: most cars now have the wires all covered up so you can't access them without taking apart the panel underneath the steering wheel. Or taking apart the steering column.

If you can't find a "shorting" fuse or wire, you will have to have it tested to find where the problem is.

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The problem might be the column mounted turn signal switch, in which the contacts do eventually wear out, causing some weird problems and clicking sounds from the car. Have it inspected to see if it is bad and replace it if necessary.

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Hello, you need to replace the flasher. It is located under the dash on the driver's side near the top of the brake pedal.

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