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Re: 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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sounds like one of light bulbs was malfunctioning and caused the flasher unit to blink rapidly and iy burned out. Replace front and rear turn lite bulbs and see if flasher flashes. if not check fuse and replace fuse. If fuse okay replace flasher unit. Good luck
The right tail light assembly is not grounding the chassis. Pull the access panel off and look for the ground points from the wiring harness and the assembly. Undo the nuts a bit and tighten them again. That should restore the ground and clear the problem.
The first place to start are fuses, check your owners manual for location, typically left side of dash.
The emergency (hazard) flashers and turn signals are on separate fuses and run through the hazard switch. If all the lights work when the hazard switch is on then the problem will likely be a blown turn signal fuse.
Other possibilities are the hazard switch itself is bad, the turn signal switch is bad or a broken wire, all of which require a meter (or test light) wiring diagram and knowledge of the circuit to test it - better to have it done.
The parking lights should be on a different circuit from turn signals - hazard lights. The bulbs usually have two filaments, one for each circuit. On most models there is a tail light fuse and relay that handles front and rear parking lights.
If you activate the turn signal switch and you step on the brake pedal, the turn switch (on the steering column) deactivates the brake light to make the signal light more visible. The bulb for the stop and turn lights is the same.
Turn hazard lights ON. If they don't blink, replace turn/hazard flasher, If one or more lights don't come on, replace bulb.
Check fuse and circuit wiring for broken or loose connections. If all looks fine, check following:
If front turn lights work fine, check brake/turn bulbs.
If turn lights come on but don't blink, replace turn signal/hazard flasher.
If front and back turn lights don't come on, replace switch on column.
make sure you replaced the correct directional light relay, and not the hazard relay. Check all fuses. check grounds at rear lights. If all of the following are good, your lumina would have a faulty multifunction switch.
check fuse number 17 in fuse block if ok check bulbs <you said they turn on just don't flash so thats ok> the relay feeds power to the switch cluster but the flasher unit itself is built into the combo switch for turn signal/hazard switch