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Re: 2001 Dodge Neon, Flashing Hazard Lights
That is a good one it has come in twice there is a lose wire in the steering columb that will touch when it gets wiggled. make sure to check there first. it has also been the flasher fuse so check there too
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Every car brand and model has its procedure to stop the flashing light and alarm sounding.
But still the common procedure is Make sure boot and bonnet are closed properly.
It can also be a switch, but check your alarm by locking yourself inside the car, and then press the close button on the key 2 times repeatedly until the lock control on the door doesn't make anything. Then open the door by pushing the lever or open the hood . If the horn sounds and the lights blink your alarm is ok , if only the lights blink you should take it to dealer. You can stop the hazard lights and horn sound by pressing the unlock button on the key.
It may be easier to just disconnect the battery at night. You could even buy a disconnect switch. The siren is powered by a 10 or 15amp fuse number 12, but you would still have the hazard lights flashing. That is a different fuse. The actual keyless entry and alarm module gets power from several sources.
There is a short in the connections so the hazard lights are flashing.
The hazard flashers may begin flashing by themselves or the turn signals may flash at twice the normal speed due to condensation shorting out the circuit board.---------Have you tried disconnecting the car battery, then turning the ignition on and reconnecting the battery? If not then please try this and check.And see if that makes any difference in the problem or solves the problem.---------Also you can try disabling the hazards from flashing. To stop the hazards flashing pull the hazard switch out (pull the gear leaver gaiter out then you can put your fingers under the switch and push it out) then you will see a single wire in a black sleeving, cut this wire and this will stop them flashing.Also the alarm is behind the glove-box if you want to unplug it there.-----------Keep updated for anymore query.Thanks.
the hazard switch is the problem or it is cause by passive alarm, remove the hazard switch or hazard fuse and observe the function of the lights, if lights stop flashing, change the switch, if continous flashing check the keyless entry reciever or the body control module
there must be alarm fitted that either has the siren disconnected or turned off. Basically sensing an intrusion alert or voltage drop. Flip out the hazard switch, there will be a wire which runs seperate from the body loom into this light, just cut it, the correct one though. if needs be trace it back.....probably end up behind the glove box