Hi, i recommend
testing the switch and flasher module
. i will post the testing procedures for both devices. replace the device that is faulty
To test turn signal switches, use a 12-volt test light to probe for
voltage into and out of the switch. The ignition switch must be in the
RUN position for the circuit to operate. If voltage is present on the
input side of the switch but not on the output side, the switch is
FLASHER TEST PROCEDURE---
- A test light can be used to determine which flasher is used for the turn signals and which is used for the hazard warning light.
- An easier way is to turn on both the directionals and the hazards. This activates both flasher units.
- By removing one of the flashers, the affected circuit no longer flashes.
- Therefore, that flash unit controls that particular circuit.
- If the turn signals fail to operate and the fuse is good, the flasher has probably failed.
- Occasionally, the flasher does not flash as fast as it once did, or it flashes faster. This is also cause for replacement.
- If it flashes too slowly or not at all, check for a burned-out bulb first.
the flasher is located in the Front seating area, driver side, driver side of
steering column, mounted in corner behind
If the turn signals operate properly in one direction but do not flash
in the other, the problem is not in the flasher unit. A burned-out lamp
filament will not cause enough current to flow to heat the bimetallic
strip sufficiently to cause it to open. Thus the lights do not flash.
Locate the faulty bulb and replace it.