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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-15-2017, 05:08 AM Thread Starter
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Turn signal relay

Can anyone help me locate the turn signal relay in my 2016 Tucson?

I have searched everywhere, also in my GDS software and Hyundai part catalog. I can't find it, nothing is called anything relating to "turn signal ...."

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But, I have heard that they have integrated the turn signal into the ECM
You could call Hyundai dealership service and ask where it is located??
It is a more direct way of finding out.
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But, I have heard that they have integrated the turn signal into the ECM
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How is it integrated into the ECM? - Are there no physical relay then?

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How is it integrated into the ECM? - Are there no physical relay then?

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I know on the new Elantras that the engineers have it integrated into the Body Control Module.
If it fails then the BCM must be replaced.
I don't know about Your vehicle.
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Are there no physical relay then?
Well, there is a relay but it's only function is to make that "tick~tock" noise...see below. The lamps themselves are switched using FETs (transistors).

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