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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-24-2014, 10:49 PM Thread Starter
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Turn Signal Problem

I have a 2009 cobalt LT. My problem is that sometimes when I turn on the turn signal, left or right, it won't make the clicking sound that the turn signal relay should make but the turn signal lights will still work outside the car. Like the interior flasher will flash silently. But then sometimes it will work and make the clicking noise when turning on turn signal. What is the problem here? Turn signal switch has already been replaced by the dealer. I would have suspected the turn signal relay but when it flashes silently, turn signals still work outside the car so I don't know what it could be at this point. Any input would be appreciated.
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Driver's door speaker. Chimes and clicking sound are produced by the radio since the BCM relays don't make any noise.

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I do notice that my LF Door speaker isn't working at the moment, but there are moments where the speaker will work, then it doesn't. I did not know the blinker sound came through the speaker, weird how they would set it up like that...
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Check the wiring at the speaker or replace the speaker. They're crap anyways.

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Ok I will do that. Thank you!
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True story: It has to be dry outside and over 80 degrees for all four of my speakers to work consistently. My son actually gets excited when the FR speaker works. Time to replace.
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True story: It has to be dry outside and over 80 degrees for all four of my speakers to work consistently. My son actually gets excited when the FR speaker works. Time to replace.
It has to come to "Remember, whatever, it seems like forever ago" part of Green Day's Whatsername for one of the two front speakers in my car to work. As to which one will work, it's totally random.

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