Question about 1991 Nissan Maxima
I was working on trying to solve a problem with the speedometer and now the turn signals stopped working. I took off a good portion of the dash and kick panel to get to the rear of the instrument panel. I put everything back together and now the turn signals don't work.
I have a Haynes repair manual but it doesn't offer much help.
I figure I probably accidentally disconnected something. I don't know what the flasher unit looks like. My hazard lights work. The fuse is not blown. There is no clicking when I try to engage the turn signals. The instrument panel lights for the turn signals light up when using the hazard lights, but not for the turn signals.
The flasher unit controls both hazards and indication you will need to remove the shroud around the steering wheel and follow the wires coming off the indicator stalk down until you find the problem there should be some majour plugs on the stearing collum check thaat these are conected and work from there
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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