Hi All, I've pretty much exhausted research on this site and on the car so I'm forced to "phone a friend", as it were. Here's the scoop: I have a 1994 348 Spider, and neither my fog lights or turn signals work although I've had the car for years and they've always worked in the past. Everything else in the car appears to work normally. One clue that I've been focused on is that whenever the lights are on and I press the switch on the center console to activate the fog lights, I hear a high pitched chattering coming from the relay for the turn signals/fog lights (I think it covers both and it is the top, left relay in the fusebox in the passenger foot rest). This behavior at the relay leads me to believe that the two problems, turn signals and fog lights, are related. I pulled the fuse box yesterday and all connections look good. I've checked every fuse in the car 5 times. I've also replaced and exchanged relays to ensure the relay isn't the problem. When I began to get desperate, I replaced the flasher for the turn signals, but no bueno. At this point I'm humbly asking for any thoughts our suggestions on what might be going on. I don't have the schematics for the car, but something is interfering with the voltage going into the relay to make it chatter. Has anybody out there had a this problem or know what I should do next in my troubleshooting? I've read a lot in the other posts about similar problems, but they tend to be on slightly different models and are slightly different problems. In this case, they used to all work fine, but suddenly went away and were replaced with the chattering from the relay, which is much less helpful for both seeing in the fog and indicating the direction of a turn to other motorists. For clarification, I get absolutely nothing with the turn signals, and the chattering with the fog lights. Any help would be greatly appreciated because the weather is getting nice and I can't really drive the car without the signals working. Thanks!