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Old 06-29-2016, 06:51 PM   #11
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I was wondering if anyone would ask...turnsignals..umm, a roadrunner "just wings it"
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i think the roadrunner will beep miles down the road too.... just say'n have a great day
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. . . but does the roadrunner care about turn signals?
Never saw a car in the Roadrunner'* desert so he probably doesn't.

. . . which would seem to beg the question: If a roadrunner signals in the desert and nobody is there to see it, did he signal after all?
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Last I heard the roadrunner had to drive as it was too old to run anymore, now it just leaves its left blinker on 24/7



Back on a serious note, I am wondering if maybe the OP has some kind of short, they did say " it beeped when I flicked off the turn signal"
Still assuming they mean a beeping sound came from within the car, or is the horn itself beeped..
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Forgot to mention it beeped when I flicked off the turn signal.
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I am wondering if maybe the OP has some kind of short, they did say " it beeped when I flicked off the turn signal"
Still assuming they mean a beeping sound came from within the car, or is the horn itself beeped..


The beeping pjmia96 described was the starting chimes so I'll assume for now that he meant those. I wonder if he meant that it chimed after he centered the turn signal? If so maybe the turn signal mech is going bad.
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