Turn signal sound low


Asked by Aug 27, 2015 at 03:33 AM about the 2004 Mercury Grand Marquis GS

Question type: General

The day they replaced my lighting control module my turn signal sound is very low. Why would that occur?

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If it was something they replaced recently, it might just be a different turnsignal relay, or maybe it's better insulated from noise or something if they work I wouldn't worry.. We've come a long way from the old metal ones that sound like someone hitting a tin can lol

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If it working with no issues, no shorts then mission accomplished....

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Thanks for the prompt reply, Joe. Well, yes, they do work but the diminished sound of the clicking noise I consider a safety issue. If I don't have the radio on, and I don't have the windows down, and I don't have my air-conditioning or heater blower on, that's fine as I can hear that the turn signal is operating. However most of the year the blower is always on and the diminished sound of the turn signal is hardly perceptible. Imagine, driving for an hour more with one of your turn signals on...... what would other motorists perceive? I also own a 2011 Mercury Marquis and a 1997 Lincoln town car. All turn signal sounds are amply loud with the fan motor running high. George G. (USN-USAF RET)

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why did they replace the lcm?

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