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Old 12-23-2010, 01:16 AM   #1
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Turn signal issues

Finally getting my car finished up. New wheels going on tomorrow, and interior shortly. All the lighting on the car works fine, except the turn signals. They orange lights up front come on with the parking lights and flash with the hazards. So do the rear lights. But when I use the turn signal lever nothing happens. Sound more like an issue with the lever, but what do you guys think?
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Re: Turn signal issues

The hazards are seprate from the turn signals in the fuse box. If you look at your fuse box you will see the turn signal flasher "round metal or plastic thing" and there is one behind the fuse box for the hazards. So you might want to check that.
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I'll take a look thanks.
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I'll take a look thanks.
Look under the glove box in the channel under the dash. Mine has a "flasher" there. I also have one under the headlight switch. I believe one is hazards and one is flashers.
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If it isn't the flasher, then consider changing out turn signal switch.

Any problems with brake lights? If so, I would definitely change turn signal switch.
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I had a similar issue once that was due to a loose wire in the back of my headlight switch connector. Took me days to find.
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Old 03-02-2011, 09:04 PM   #7
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Re: Turn signal issues

and it's a very archaic mechanical system in the steering wheel for the turn signals. do you have the original wheel, an OEM replacement, or some aftermarket. I had all sorts of trouble with the slip rings and what not when I replaced my wheel. I would start there before I checked mis-wiring and stuff
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