Question about Hyundai Motor 1993 Excel
This problem started a month ago. I know all the bulbs work because depending on the day the signals and hazards will work. When the signals and hazards do work it is for a short amount of time it may not last the entire drive. When the turn signals and hazard lights are not working there is no sound, no interior panel signals and no outside lights blinking. Also 2 months ago the panel lights would not illuminate at night so you couldn't see the speedometer and such. I checked the panel brightness and it was at it's highest setting so it wasn't something stupid like that. The next day there was no problem and I haven't had a problem with that since. Thank you very much for your time and help.
You need to replace the fuse - have a look at the manual and see which fuse it is buy a new one put it in and it should be fine - the on off thing is where the fuse wire touches and then moves again.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your flasher. The flasher is a round metal thing inside the fuse panel. There are two fuse panels in the 98's, one inside the car by the hood release latch, and one under the hood by the battery. I'm not sure which one the flasher is in, but that definetly sounds like your problem. It simply plugs in like a fuse, and I would say it probably costs less than ten bucks, so I would try that first before anything and even if thats not the problem you only wasted a few bucks. Oh yea on a few cars the flasher might not be in the fuse panel, if it's not in yours its probably under the dash. If you cant find it or don't think you know what it looks like, I would go to the auto parts store and buy the new one, that way you know what your looking for. Good luck, hope this helped you.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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