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Why does your relay for your turn signals just buzz you have replaced it and the hazards just make it buzz to on a 1995 intrepid?

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2007-12-01 13:28:51
2007-12-01 13:28:51

This reply is taken from the Chry repair archives. I had the same problem and tried this repair and it worked. "Most of the time this problemalways occurs right after the battery is replaced, even though there are no other signs of a loose battery cable. The combo flasher is extremely sensative to LOW VOLTAGE. in turn the combo flasher does not have enough energy to cycle and it will BUZZ. Check the battery cables and the auxillary smaller battery cable at the battery as well as the auxillary body ground." "The 1993 & 1994 LH's use a 4 wire flasher. The 1995-1997 LH's use a 5 wire flasher. Be sure you have the correct flasher and thoroughly load test the power and grounds to the flasher. The combo flasher will flash the lights faster than normal if it detects either high resistance or a burned out bulb, this is done by design to alert the customer. The flasher is actually a logic module that detects current flow. This is unlike all of the earlier hazzard and combo flashers of the 1980's where they were simply circuit breakers. When a bulb burnt out, the flasher would not cycle and only the one bulb would light up (not flash)."

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