Question about 1996 Ford Thunderbird LX
Last year I had had this problem for over a year then a mechanic fixed and I got in inspected. Then the interior lights stopped working. Now the interior light doesn't work and the hazard light and signal lights have a mind of their own. It is crazy!!!! I need help. The vehicle needs to be inspected!!!
Interior lights check for a blowin fuse, For the signal lights end hazzard lights,Get a new signel light flasher, End try it,, If that dooesn,t work there could be loose wires or a brek in the wires or that there is a short some where in the wireing, That will have to be check out at a auto electric shop,
Posted on Nov 27, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Take the turn signal lever and jiggle it, a lot. If they start working, the switch is bad. You can also turn on the hazards and take hold of the button and push it left , right , forward and back and see if they start working. If so, replace the turn signal/ hazard switch.
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
FIRST Check for Blown Fuse Then Locate Flasher Units @ Fuse Block to Determine Wiitch one is Hazard Turn On Key Then Turn Syg. Feel Flashers The One you feel Clicking is For Turn The Other IS Flasher Replace this Flasher unit.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
Check all the bulbs at tail end for parking and brakes, test grounds and harness for trailer. Check fuses. clean batery terminals, Re instal head light swich properly and make sure all wires conect.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
Testimonial: "thank you for quick response will try all of your suggestions will re post if no luck."
Replace your "Flasher Relay", very cheap part and can be picked up from anyplace that sells auto parts. It is 98% of the time located in your fuse panel and is usually round,
Here are a few pictures of what they look like.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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