Having problems with your 2003 Pontiac Grand Am ?

Clicking noise coming from the dash

\015 I have an '03 Grand Am GT. Every once in a while I will hear a sparadic clicking noise coming from the dash that sounds like the turn signal going nuts. I have had it to the shop and the "master something" was replaced in the dash, maybe for the turn signal. This did not fix the problem. I have found that when I wiggle the turn signal, I can make it stop temporarily. When I took it back to the shop, when it was still under warrenty, they would not fix it. What is the problem and how do I fix it? Also, I have 3 service lights on... service vehicle soon, ABS, and trac off. My traction control does not work either. Do I need a new sensor?\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 15-07-2019

Answers :

The multi-function (aka combination) switch probably has contaminated grease in the switch contacts from wear.

See:
http://www.wikihow.com/Fix-Grand-Am-Turn-Signals

for do-it-yourself repair instructions. You can also buy a new aftermarket switch, if you don't want to take apart the existing one and clean up the electrical contacts.

For example, see:
http://www.autozone.com/Ntt,SW1414/shopping/allResults.htm
(or just go to http://www.autozone.com/ and search for part #SW1414)

For 2003 Grand Am, it was listed as "Duralast / dimmer switch", but other makes & models may go by another name.
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Another link:
http://www.1aauto.com/1A/HeadlightSwitch/Pontiac/GrandAm/1AZCC00031/703400

The OEM (GM) part number for mine was: 22676853
The clicking your hearing is most like ly the module in your steering column. it is probably getting weak and needs replacing. as far as the lights are concerned if your traction control doesn't work check the fuse in the junction box first it is under the hood. if the fuse is good then the control solenoid is malfuntioning.the abs light could be a bad wheel speed sensor or could be related to the traction control problem. you will have to hook up the vehicle to a diagnostic scan tool. my advice is take it to a small shop not the dealer ship this will save you money. the scan tool will tell which sensor is bad and it will be able to reset the codes in the ecm(engine control module ie main computer) hope this helps. please rate this....thanks
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