2007 buick turn signal volume is very low


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Old 04-01-08, 05:01 PM
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Smile 2007 buick turn signal volume is very low


Thank you in advance. Volume on turn signal flasher is moderate low. Turn fan on volume is very low.Turn on radio volume is near zero
 
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Old 04-01-08, 05:53 PM
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What kind of Buick?

I was looking at the Lucern shematic, looks to be BCM controlled.
Let me know what you have and I'll check the lot and see what it sounds like and where it's comming from.

Looked at a 2007 LaCrosse. The IPC has a Speaker on the right hand side that give you that tick toc noise. I check into it and see if you change any settings to up the volume.

Here something I found, but won't help with turn signal is with ignition on and radio off press and hold the preset 6 button on radio till it displays LOUD. Now this for Lacrosse, didn't check other Buicks. This turn up the Door chime.

I'll check Wednesday on the turn signal
 

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It's under warranty, just take it in to the dealer.
 
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Old 04-01-08, 08:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr. Dummas
It's under warranty, just take it in to the dealer.

It's normal and nothing wrong with it. It's not as loud as a flasher, relay, or hazard switch.

What are you going to claim under warranty?

There are no CSB's or TSB's related to this concern.

It's just a customer that want's a louder tic toc.
 
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The Buick dealer can determine if it is normal or not. I worked on a Lucerne today and it did not act as posted above, unless I was doing something wrong. I was trying to duplicate the above concern so I could get an idea of what was going on so I could post it here. And as far as warranty claims, there are labor ops for just about every operation performed. One could do an elctrical diagnosis and get paid up 0.7 hours for doing so, and even more time if it is documented properly.
 
 

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