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Ok I realize that I am probably the only person who has ever had this problem, and it's not a huge one, it's just slightly annoying.
Basically, when I flip on the turn signal (either one), all the lights light up fine, inside and out. However, usually it doesn't click. Once in a while, it'll start clicking if it's been on awhile. Or I'll hear it click once after it's been shut off.
I'm not expecting anyone to know what's going on, but if anyone has any ideas, let's hear em!
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In most cars, the clicking is the relay itself, like xsperf said. But since the hazard relay is in the fusebox under the hood, I'm at a loss on this one. I looked at the Bentley's wiring schematics for you, but it wasn't clear as to what makes it click. BTW, what happens when you turn on the hazard flashers? Because they're on the same circuit.