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What could cause 1993 Pontiac Sunbird hazards to flash three times when the engine is off You can hear clicking while riding down the road as if the flashers were on The dash lights dim with clicks?

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2006-07-15 16:11:13
2006-07-15 16:11:13

Sounds like a faulty hazzard switch. Whrn faulty they can effect all other lights on the vehicle. The clicking you hear would be a flasher relay. Consult an auto-electician at once.

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