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I have a 2005 Nissan Xterra SE. 95,000 miles. I have hazards but my directionals have stopped working. I believe its a fuse but I cant locate which fuse to check?

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  • mattbeck Nov 30, 2008

    Yes, If I push the HAZARD button they blink normally. However, when I try to use my turn signals... Nothing. Thanks!

  • Anonymous Feb 09, 2009

    I had the same problem and dealer replaced the switch assembly and did
    some electrical repair, it worked fine. A few months later and I have the same
    problem, now they say the body control module is burned out. Could the dealer's work have burned out the module and how do I know this isthe fix for the same problem now? If the BCM is burned out wouldn't something other than turn signals be affected? I have had so many issues with this 2005 Nissan Exterra!

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    Jackson Hisey May 11, 2010

    Do they light up at all?

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Fuse 19 is for the Hazards and fuse 14 is for the signals, check fuse #14, this is in the fuse block inside the vehicle in the lower dash pane. When you are looking directly at the fuse panel fuse #14 is on the right, third one up from the bottom. If the fuse is okay the Body Control Module might need to be replaced.

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If your fuse box doesn't tell you which fuse is which, just pull them one at a time and replace any that are blown. if not a fuse, replace bulbs

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SOURCE: Lost directionals in my 2005 Nissan Xterra

check fuses, replace bulbs

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