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Signal lights, hazard lights and interior light not working. They come on but then go off. Could that be a fuse or an electrical problem

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Try a different fuse, End see if it helps or not,

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Ignition switch will cause you to loose your head lights and turn signals. You will still be able to start the car and hold the switch for your brights but normal function is gone. Check it out it usually only runs about $20-$30 for replacement part but you need a special puller to get to it.

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SOURCE: turn signals and foglight problem

hiya from uk the rear fogs and front fogs will only work when head lights are on also this is the correct operation re if weather conditions warrant use of fog s then you should req head lights ? if you understand ? as for indicators/hazards this problem is more than likely the relay switch is at fault ? this relay on most modern cars is the hazard lights switch which is a combined indicators and hazard lights relay unit try a replacement or price a new unit hope this helps ?

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I had the same problem and it was the fuse. I don't remember the number, but it has the symbol for the dome light and that fuse also controls the windows and locking system.

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SOURCE: 1995 Jetta Hazards/Turn Signals not working

its the flasher relay above the fuse box.

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Do a continuity test on the fuse. Sometimes, a fuse may look ok, but it is actually blown.

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Hazard lights work but why don't the turn signals and interior lights?


haz ok. , both left and right bLINK FAIL?
that means the lamps are ok and wires to them,
on most cars, the blinkers have their own fuse.
like all electric fails, check fuses first.
always.
why buy parts guessing, $150 combo switch for a 10cent fuse?
first diagnose it , then buy parts. and save money.
heck try a repair shop, they will diagnose it cheap.
ill now look up your cars blink wiring.

the dome fuse runs the interior lamps.

horn, runs hazards. (tricky no.)>?
there is a Small fuse. Name small, (yes odd )
the back fuse must be good too, as it feeds the turn/haz relay
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seem the flasher is bad.
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