2004 F150- Hazard Flashers dont work, turn signals do work
My drivers mirror was damaged by a side swipe. at the time of the accident, the hazard flashers stopped working.
When I use the turn signals however, they work still. When I release the hazard flashers button, I hear a click, like a relay maybe that has gone out. I have assumed the mirror accident sent some extra electric current through the hazard relay or other, which has caused this problem. I can't find a solution in the manual, and cant afford a dealer tech. Since the turn signals work, do you think a relay or other device being out is causing the hazard flashers not to work?
Re: 2004 F150- Hazard Flashers dont work, turn signals do...
Try replacing the hazard relay it should be under the dash try turning it on and off with your head down by the floorboard to pinpoint the right relay and the location. you should be able to hear it easily. hope this helps.
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The hazard switch gets power from the horn fuse which is hot all the time, and from the turn signal fuse which is hot when the key switch is on. The turn signal switch gets power from the hazard switch and both use the same flasher. So if the turn signals work but the hazard switch does not power the lights, and both fuses have power, I would say the problem is inside the hazard switch.
I assume you've checked the Fuses :p Obviously that hasnt worked and the bulbs and lights haven't worked either... SO try this???? Open the driver's side door and
examine the end of the dash for an access panel. Behind the access panel
are fuses and flashers. There are two flashers inside the access panel
for controlling the turn signal and the hazard lights. You can
distinguish them apart from each other by turning on the hazards or the
turn signal and feeling for the clicking. If you turned on the hazards,
then the flasher that is clicking is the hazard flasher. Remove the turn signal flasher
from the dash and reinstall the new flasher into the vacated slot in the
dash. Close the access panel and start thetruck . Check the turn signals for proper operation and make sure the hazards work as well.
The turn signal switch assembly often causes this problem. If the hazard button is on your steering column it is part of the switch assembly and is called a multi-function switch . If it has a separate hazard button on the dash the can also cause the the same thing to happen. Try holding very slight pressure on the hazard button on the dash while the turn signal is on. If it starts working correctly replace only the the hazard switch. It is usually just snapped into the hole in the dash. If the hazard switch is on the column, than you should replace the multi-function switch. If it is equipped with an airbag, be sure the key is off while working on column. The multi-function switch should not require removal of the steering wheel on this car.
i have a similar problem but my left signal works, when i turn the right on it just does an annoying buzz sound. if you can think of any explination for such shinanogins help would be greatly appreciated