I rarely drive with the turn signals on, using them only for merging and exits, lane changes, and turning corners.
However, for the short times that they are on, my old ears can hear them, so they MUST be quite LOUD to others.
But, like the "Carwings" accept "scream" screen, it is a short-lived annoyance.
Has anybody located the "clicker" in the service manual. Is it the same speaker that makes the beeps when the driver's door is open, or one trys to lock the car when it is still ON? Some of those sounds, for my ears, are too soft/high-pitched for my hearing-loss ears to reliably detect.
Assuming these are all software generated, a volume setting screen would be easy for Nissan to add.
Otherwise, any muting of the speaker would affect all the other warning sounds as well as the turn-signal "click".
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