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Old 06-21-2013, 11:15 PM   #1
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Blinker problem!

I have a 91 gt... Long story short I went to turn my blinker on today and it didn't light up on the dash or anything. So I replaced the flasher and checked the fuses and none are blown, also all the wires are connected to the multi switch. Does anybody know what the problem could be? Cause I just got the car legal and then the turn signals goes out. I know a lot about engines and transmissions but definently nothin about the electrical part of the car. I'm thinking multi switch? Anything else I should check?
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Your out of blinker fluid duh lol jk
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Definitely blinker fluid haha
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I also have a 91 GT. Had the same issue. I changed the fuses and the flasher also. It ended up being the blinker socket (pigtail) had gone bad. I ordered new for both and spliced them in. Problem solved. If that doesnt help your only other fix would be ur multi switch
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I also have a 91 GT. Had the same issue. I changed the fuses and the flasher also. It ended up being the blinker socket (pigtail) had gone bad. I ordered new for both and spliced them in. Problem solved. If that doesnt help your only other fix would be ur multi switch
All that for a blinker lol
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Old 06-22-2013, 04:53 PM   #6
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Yep all that for a blinker. When I bought the car it was 19 yrs old. Original owner. So I chaned ever fuse and relay. Saved a headache im sure. But the multi switch itself controls a lot. Mine had issues with the dimmer switch. U cant change a dimmer switch u gotta change the whole multi switch. Hopefully my info points u in the right direction. Good luck
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Old 06-23-2013, 07:03 PM   #7
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Thanks a lot mustang mania! Where is that pig tail thing at? I never heard of it. And how much was it? I don't really wanna spend 120 dollars for a multi switch then have it still not work..
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I know what the pig tail is now..
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