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Help! The turn signal indicator "ticking" noise has decided it needs to randomly start ticking and it won't turn off. Sometimes it starts on its own, sometimes it starts when the turn signal is put on (then turned off but it still keeps going), sometimes it turns on when you hit a bump in the road. Hopefully this is something simple like a fuse or a worn battery because electrical gremlins are my worst nightmare.

The turn signal lights all work correctly when the stalk is depressed and turn off when they're supposed to.

Has anyone dealt with this before? Any ideas? I'm still under warranty but my nearest dealer is 100+ miles away so it's a day off work and 3 hours round trip to get there.
 

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OK, found an old thread here: http://www.hyundai-forums.com/cm-2007-2012-santa-fe/420154-turn-signal-noise-wont-stop.html

Looks like I'm going to order a replacement switch from rock auto. I'm seeing two choices hopefully someone can tell me which one is "correct"...

https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo.php?pk=3786132&cc=1446021&jsn=370

https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo.php?pk=3613950&cc=1446021&jsn=372

They appear to be the same, but from different manufacturers. I don't have auto headlights.

Thanks!
 

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Timely thread for me. Over the past week, there have been 4 times where I heard a tick or 2 that I thought was the indicator blinking. A quick look at the display showed nothing though. It looks like I may have the same problem developing.
Seems like I may need to order one soon.
 

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Just a note from replacing the switch on my 2010 Santa Fe. Remove the 3 screws on the bottom column cover. Then turn the wheel 90 degrees to each side to access 2 screws behind the steering wheel. Then the covers can be separated and removed. With the wheel turned 90 degrees to the left, push in the tab that holds the switch to the column and pull out. Push the release tab on the electrical connector and install the new switch.
 

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Great article. Thanks. I got mine off cleaned it. Ticking sound was gone but lost full beam so I ordered a replacement for $40 from rock auto which solved the issue
 
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