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HAZARD LIGHTS ON BUT NOT FLASHING, INDICATORS NOT WORKING. IF REMOVE HAZARD FUSE, INDICATORS FLASH AT HIGH RATE. (INTERMITTANT FAULT)

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  • Anonymous May 01, 2009

    I have the same problem, fast flashing indicators and hazards lights on constantly.
    I have replaced the relay, did not fix it

    the door locks don't work and the sunroof doesn't open and power windows don't work at all

    any suggestions


  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    near side indicators not working including hazards[near side only] when switched on

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    X1 Sedan

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HI,
I have the same problem - it is the relay switch attached to and behind the hazard warning triangle on the dashboard. Pull it all out (gently and replace (£60 ish). The indicators and hazard lights are on the same relay circuit. This is a well known problem for this car (amongst others - how about the wipers sticking)

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Had similar problem. There is water in your footroom under the carpet (LEFTSIDE) and the Centrallocking unit under the carpet is wet - classic problem. remove the plastic strip next to the door get the carpet up and you will see a black box and water. The water drain of the waterbox (below the battery) might be blocked
- if you google a bit there are lots of this problems with very few answers - took us a year to find out.... Good luck Leif

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I think your flasher unit may be causing the trouble.

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Action
Yes
No
Schematic Reference: Exterior Lights Schematics
1
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