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Re: Blinkers not working
The buzzing sound is probably your relay. It is in your fuse panel and it is what controls how fast your blinkers flash. It is usually a round plastic thing in the fuse panel. and you replace it just as you would a fuse just pull the old one out and push the new one in
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First, check your bulbs by starting up the vehicle and turning on the blinkers, then go around to check them. Also check to see if your emergency flasher work.
The fuses are either behind the glove box or under the dash on the driver's side.
Look on fixya, someone had the same problem back in April and several ideas were posted.
Generally the fuse panel will be located under the drivers side dash or a side panel access drivers side of the dash. Open the door of the vehicle and the end of the dash may or may not have an access. If those two locations are not the source of the fuse panel, the passenger side near the floor under the dash is most likely. There is a cover there (not part of the dash itself) but rather just in front of the door opening. Check these areas for the fuse blinkers. Fuse block for engine and such will only be in engine compartment.
I don't know the correct test proceedure to idenify the problem before you
purchase a switch In more cases than not the problem with the turn lights on the rodeo's comes down to a bad turn switch. Before spending $150.00 fo the part, I would check fuses which you did, check the flasher,
check the bulbs, it would more than likley not be that all of the bulbs are
inoperative but stranger things have happened. I fou are hady with a 12 volt light tester you may be able to check to make sure that you have power going to the switch, this would be easy if you can removed the stearing wheel and the plastic shroud around the collum as the wires and contacts are on the left side.
To be honest, Ididn't run any test as i was sure that the switch was bad from viewing the posts on the forum and several of them had the same issues.
Good Luck dhopper
I just bought a 92 too around three weeks ago and the left turn signal made noise sometimes as it would make a regular blinker noise, but most of the time it would buzz when you turned the left turn signal on. The light on the dash would not work as well. There are several post on the fourm about bad switches and they seem to be a problem for this vehicle. I tired to find a used one but could not. I purchased one on line from the Partswarehouse and installed it yesterday and everything works as it should.
There is one phillips head screw on the back side of the horn pad to remove and the horn pad should slide off, unhook the horn ground wire
Remove the steering wheel retaining locknut. I was able to bump the back side of the steering wheel with the palm of my hand around 4 times firmly and the steering wheel popped off. In some cases you may have to rent a wheel puller from Advanced Auto or Autozone if you run into difficulty.
Remove the plastic cover from the column , there are around 6 phillips head screws on the under side and the casing has two clips one each side the should snap out with a little pressure.
Remove the two screws form the Turn switch and unhook the harness plug and then reverse the proceedure to install the new switch.
This took me approximately 30 minutes to replace from start to finish,
Easy fix. Usually the blower motor resistor gets messed up. (Page 3-8 Haynes manual 47017). The dash light could be a few things. All my bulbs went bad. Little bit of a hassle but no problem with the book.