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1/2 of my hazards will not work '98 wrangler

I have a '98 Jeep wrangler....when I turn on my hazard lights the left side flashes fast both dash and outside indicators light up....the Right side does not light up either on the outside or dash indicators.

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  • Anonymous Jan 18, 2009

    I have a 1997 Wrangler with the same problem. The left flashers cycle at twice the speed, and the right side does nothing. The bulbs all seem to be working because my turning indicators are fine.

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Check the bulbs. sometimes if one is bad it will cause both to stop working.

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