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Is there a way to disable or change the clicking sound of the turn signal?

electrical instruments turn signals

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#1 OFFLINE   Metalmint


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  • Current Vehicle:C-max hybrid energi

Posted 14 December 2017 - 05:23 AM

Since the car is part electric, I'm imagining the signal relay is also electric. I read that "new" cars don't need to make the clicking, that it's simulated for the sake of familiarity. However, it annoys my mother to no end, and she's asked the entire year for someone, anyone, to make it stop... I'm wondering what type of relay the Energi has, if it's a silent solid state relay, that way I can turn off the noise.

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#2 OFFLINE   cr08


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Posted 14 December 2017 - 05:31 AM

I'm pretty sure it is a solid state relay and the sound is generated aside from that. It is also common across Ford's going back some years and I haven't seen anyone mention being able to change/remove/quiet them. My old 2007 Focus had the same sound going.

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