Why would a turn signal make a sound even when not turned on?
You may have a bad relay switch; the turn signal works thru the relay switch which is under the steering column; possibly in the dash
I don't know if this is what's going on with your Esteem, but I was getting what sounded like my turn signal was on when it wasn't. I finally realized that the sound was coming from the radio antenna. the antenna would 'waggle' from movement or even just wind and would make a rhythmic clicking sound like a turn signal
What would cause turn signal flasher to keep clicking even if no turn signal is not turned on. on a 99 gmc jimmy?
Why does your left turn signal come on when you turn the ignition switch on even though the switch is off?
Even though the engine isn't running the battery is, that will cause this to happen. But this will only happen if you turn the vehicle off before the turn signal has disengaged. For example if you usually turn on your signal to pull into your driveway and you just leave your the steering wheel turned after you come into the drive way, the signal will still be on because the wheels are turned. So next…
Why does my 1999 Lincoln Town Car make a clicking sound like the turn signal lamps that is coming from under the dash randomly when the ignition switch is on or the car running?
What is wrong if the cruise doesn't work on your 1996 Chevy Cavalier even after the module has been replaced?
Radio signal being an electromagnetic wave does not need even a material medium. It has velocity so incredible which equals to that of light as 300,000 km per second. But sound is a mechanical wave which needs badly a material medium and its speed is just 350 m/s in air and some how higher in solids
An antenna is specifically designed to "pick up" electromagnetic waves. These are typically amplified and converted to electronic signals in some sort of circuit. That circuit can then provide a signal to another device to produce output. This happens with a radio when the antenna gets radio waves and they are converted to sound from the radio. Television, when the signal come through the air, is directly analogous but produces sound and a picture. Technically…
If you changed the right front turn signal in a 1992 s10 Chevy blazer and it still doesn't work what could be wrong?
Euphemism is a tricky word because even though it starts with a vowel, it doesn't sound like it starts with a vowel. So in this case, even though technically "an," would seem correct, "a" is actually what you should use. Because the "e" in euphemism doesn't sound like a vowel, it would sound strange to use "an."
Sound contains a common computer language called binary. This code consists of on and off switches or 1's and 0's, 1=on 0=off. When you speak into a microphone it takes this code and makes it into electrical signals which can the be transmitted through the airwaves or to a speaker. Binary is a universal language that can be used in many applications, even what you see on your screen is made possible by binary code.
Is it dangerous to eat pork where part of it turned green but then after thirty minutes in the oven it was gone?
Why would a turn signal making a clicking sound even after it is turned off the clicking will not stop?
Are you sure it is off. sounds like the turn signal pall is broken and the turn signal is not being canceled. I have the same problem with a grand am, i know the turn siginal is off, it sounds like it comes from the radio, and its random, no pattern or anything to it. grand marquis turn signal clicking sound turn signal off I have an 03 Jetta, and i had the same problem…
Is it normal for a dodge charger to make a grinding noise when the wheel is turned all the way even when stopped?
That's your power steering. It does that on all my vehicles. I've never looked into it but I'd say it's normal. It must be a MAX power steering fluid pressure sound or maybe even an intentional warning sound. And yes it makes that sound while stopped as well on my car and truck. Pretty sure it's normal.
When you notice the soft sound of rain on the roof it has crossed a perceptual line called your threshold for detecting an auditory signal?
it would be fossil because when u look at it. it would look like a fossil because the way it look, fill, or even the sound it make when it hit the ground and u can tell by that because if it would make a low pich sound it would bhe a fossil and if it is a high pich sound it would be anothere kind of rock
Weather can and does affect computers and wireless signals. A thunderstorm, for instance, would produce a large amount of static "noise" to the signal, reducing the effective distance of the wireless equipment. Smoke would generally not have a noticeable on a signal, since it has no inherent radio properties, and is only slightly more dense than regular air, even if it is forming smog.
What would cause the turn signal clicker in a 1996 Honda Accord EX to click constantly even when the car is off except when signals are engaged at which time it clicks normally?
Why is the frequency spectrum of a discrete signal repetitions of the spectrum of the analog signal?
The analog signal is converted to discrete signal. Even after the conversion, the frequency of the actual signal still remains the same. If the frequency of the discrete signal is different from the analog signal, the reconstructed signal would be different again. This is not what we expect. So base spectrum for similar signals have same frequencies, whether they are discrete or analog. Why do the repetitions occur? The original analog signal is multiplied with…