My 1997 chrysler cirrus runs great but one day my blinkers and hazzards stopped working. all of my other lights work fine i think it is the relay but i can not find it anywhere on the car so if any one knows where the relay is please help me.
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Re: blinkers and hazzards not working
Hi possum , looks like #6 fuse , 20 amps , is for the combination flashers , looks like the location is when you open the driver door , end of the dash panel pops off , and there are other fuses under hood next to air filter box , has a cover on them . hope that fix ya
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look for the hazzard /4 ways switch. see if this is where this ticking is coming from. if so slowly move the turn signal switch . if it stops or changes, you have a bad turn signal switch. the hazzard and the turn signals operate through the hazzard switch..it has a built in relay.hope this was helpful
i had a problem with my chrysler cirrus like this and the tail light had circuits that were connected and and they were shorted and i had to togo to the junk yard and replace the whole tail light to get it working.
I have the same problem with great shaking while stopped idling, but no engine light. It is worse when cold and worse when in gear. I have a 1999 Cirrus with the 2.4L engine. It works great and there are no error codes. What I have discovered is that there is something called a flex plate that goes between the torque
converter and flywheel and it was cracked. It must be easy to access to
inspect (more work to repair though) as the garage didn't charge me for
the diagnosis. They said that the crankshaft rear seal was also pushing
out. You can do both at the same time once you get it apart.
Hi mate this is an easy wiring diagram to use and you only have one flasher unit for both flasher and Hazard operations. Sorry for taking so long to answer bit buzzy. I have a circuit stored some where in my brain for a two flasher unit also but this one is the most simplest you will get.
Remember to fuse the Ignition wire. Ask the supplier which contacts are negative and positive on the flasher, don't mix them up you will blow up the flasher. If the dash lights aint working run a wire parrallel to those wires from the circuits left and right (two terminal Type). Some flashers have a build in (three terminal Type) dash signal terminal.