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Re: 1 directional stuck on
Find location of indicators/flasher relay h/book will indicate which relay or look at fuse box/relays cover underside ? it may have diagram? try another relay? and ensure contacts are clean where relay plugs in
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Doing a little research, I found that the turn signal relay has been a problem in that car from around 2003 - 2008, they had a recall on it. So the thing to do is #1 turn on your emergency flashers and walk around the car to make sure all 4 flashers are working, If they are then it's probably your relay going bad, if only the right side works and the left side is still out then you have to look to see if it's out on the front and back of the left side, if it's out on only one corner then it's probably the bulb or related wiring, if it's out on front and back then, again, it's either your relay or if your car is setup like my 2004 Cadillac CTS it may have fuses under the hood of the car in the main relay center and I have a fuse for the left and for the right side separately.
not knowing year make or model its hard to help, but you can start with directional lever is it loose ? next try the flasher unit it may be shorted , check to see if it does the same thing on left signal then right and 4 way flashers.
Check if your emergency flashers still work. You possibly need a new flasher. Some cars have separate flashers for turn signals and emergency flashers, but some they are both together. If your emergency flashers still operate leave them on and find the flasher (follow the clicking noise the flasher makes) and see if there is another flasher right next to it. swap with the emergency flasher and see if your turn signals work again. If so, replace the faulty flasher.
that is because they run off different systems, they both have thier own relays, normally the common fault with flashers not working is either, fuse, or relay (flasher repeter unit), if you turn your turn signals left or right can you hear a click click click noise? if not its your flasher unit, hope this helps
you need to check the "combination turn signal/hazard flasher/daytime running lights module" it is located in the junction block,the junction block is adjacent to and left of the steering column,you need to remove the lower dash panel below the steering column,then remove the steel knee brace.
For this modle and year the turn signal flasher should be mounted in a clip on the right side of the steering column support bracket. The hazard flasher is located under the instrument panel in the module block, on the right side.
Hope this helps,