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Old 03-14-2012, 05:11 PM   #1
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Really confused...exhaust linked to signal lights???

The other day I had my car running, while in park. I also had my hazards on. I started to notice that the exhaust would rumble with the same timing as the my blinking hazard lights. So I turned off my hazards and it went back to a smooth idle. So I turn the hazards back on and the exhausted started to rumble in tune with the hazards again. It's so weird, idk how this happens or if it even should.

Has anyone ever noticed this?

And a little back ground on the car, it is a 06 v6 auto
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Check your grounds and battery voltage indicator.also switch threw your turn signals and see if it does it.could be a short in any of your lights.
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Hmmm possibly a battery or alternator problem?
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I have a brand new battery and alternator, they both have about only 7,000 miles on them. And it does it for when I use my turn signals on but it isn't as noticeable.
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Do you notice a difference when running a lot of other powered devices like windows, headlights, or stereos?
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