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No brake lights and no turn signal

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  • Russ Hampton Jan 08, 2009

    No turn signals or brake lights. I have replaced the flasher, but then the engine wouldn't start...not even a relay click! Placed the "old" flasher back in, and then the engine started. Very curious and frustrating!!

  • Barry Dorn May 11, 2010

    are you sure you replaced the relay for the flasher or did you swap it with a relay for your engine management sensors?

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Check the fuses that are associated with the brake lights and turn signal. The fuse box is located below the steering column and the fuse box diagram (for fuse assignment) is located in the owner's manual. I hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 27, 2010

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first chk fuses, of course,
Second chk bulbs on both sides. Yes it has happened
Third check the condition of your turn signal control. If it binds or is sloppy. Have it evaluated. The brake and 4 way circuits run through the turn signal control.

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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If these lights still work on your excursion then it is probably not a fuse problem. It sounds like it is a loose pin(s) with the trailer plug or a loose electrical connection(s) on the trailer or maybe the bulbs on the trailer are burned out. This should help, if not then contact me again at FixYa and I will be glad to help.

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Assuming you've already checked fuses, look to the turn signal switch.

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SOURCE: 2000 Ford Excursion v10.

dead sort in system wires to rear also check trailer bug in at rear bad for corrosion
there is a spliter jointer at the rear that splits power to both tail lights

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