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Turn signals have power without turning ignition

Have been trying to find out what's draining battery in 2000 Excursion. Discovered yesterday turn signals would blink once without turning ignition. Have heard clicking noise left front under hood before battery completely drained. Is it a relay or ignition switch?

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Re: Turn signals have power without turning ignition

Only one thing that I know of (unless you have remote start) that lights the ignition switch, I'd be looking at the relays.

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