Asked by GuruL7G8H May 02, 2019 at 02:10 PM about the 2001 Jeep Wrangler

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My signal lights stopped working, I brought it in and they changed  the flasher. The signals started working but the cliciking noise stays on constantly at a faster pace. When you turn on the signal it slows down and the signals work. They changed the switch on the column and then the wiring harness . Still clicking. Any ideas

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a bad bulb connection will cause different timed clicking guessing they didnt check them and the sockets/grounds??

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Sounds like you have some crossed wiring, the flasher unit should be silent when the signals switch is off, if it's making the flashing sound at any speed in the off position you have a wiring problem.

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