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I have a 2000 Ford F 150, blinkers are not working

I have a 2000 Ford F 150, my blinkers are not working but all other lights, hazards, break lights, etc are working. Blinker lights inside the cab are not working either. Local auto store sold me a flasher fuse, but I have no idea where it goes. Any ideas?? I looked in the owners guide but there is nothing said about just that problem. (fuses are listed with other items and nothing else is broken)

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  • Anonymous Feb 11, 2009

    no flasher no single light no break lights

  • Anonymous Mar 05, 2009

    i replaced the flasher and all the fuses are good, any suggestions?

  • kapptain Apr 26, 2009

    I have the same problem. The dealer even replaced the main wire harness after it suffered a melt down (under warranty). Luckily the truck did not catch fire. Later the head lights would come on even when the switch was in the off position and the ignition was off. It seems that any time I change positions of the title steering, this is when it happens. I am going to try wiggling the wires under the dash to see if this helps since no one has an answer here.

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OK! Thank you Lord Jesus. I just fixed mine. This problem is most likeley the caused by trucks with tilt stearing. The harness is to shourt on some trucks and when the wheel is in the down position it will pull the plug on the harness that runs the blinkers. My emergency flashers worked if the wheel was in the up position. When I put it all the way down, they no longer work. First remove the tilt leaver by turning it counter clock wise. If it is to tight the is a small indent on it the you can use an small adjustable wrench on. Then remove three philips screws from the lower stearing wheel shaft cover. After the lower cover is removed pull the upper one up slightley and you will see many connections. The fist one to look for is very large top center. Mine was half way disconected. I pushed it back together but this did not fix my problem, but make shure yours is setted all the way just to make sure. Now look at the connection coming out the back of the turn signal. Mine was loose here also and when I pushed it together all the way my problem was solved.

Hope this keeps everyone else from getting hit or paying a big repair bill.

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  • kapptain Apr 26, 2009

    Forgot to SP check. sorry for the DBLE post.
    OK! Thank you Lord Jesus. I just fixed mine. This problem is most likely the caused by trucks with tilt steering. The harness is to short on some trucks and when the wheel is in the down position it will pull the plug on the harness that runs the blinkers. My emergency flashers worked if the wheel was in the up position. When I put it all the way down, they no longer work. First remove the tilt leaver by turning it counter clock wise. If it is to tight the is a small indent on it the you can use an small adjustable wrench on. Then remove three philips screws from the lower steering wheel shaft cover. After the lower cover is removed pull the upper one up slightly and you will see many connections. The fist one to look for is very large top center. Mine was half way disconnected. I pushed it back together but this did not fix my problem, but make sure yours is seated all the way just to make sure. Now look at the connection coming out the back of the turn signal. Mine was loose here also and when I pushed it together all the way my problem was solved.

    Hope this keeps everyone else from getting hit or paying a big repair bill.

    Kapptain-K

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Most flasher are located on the fuse panel. They plug in. 

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