I took out the factory stereo system and cut the wires before makin sure the key wasn't all the way off. Causing a short in a few fuses. I changed the ones blown that I found, but cannot find how to fix the signals. If you can help it would be great!
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Its either the flasher's, the turn signal lever switch or the hazard switch.
Try pulling one of the flashers out and see if the other system starts working.
Has anyone installed aftermarket electronics or tampered with the wiring in either system? Like an ALARM system? Stereo?
Can you just check to make sure the ignition key switch is not staying over to far and not backing off when you try to start it. I had a truck that did that and it messed up my turn signals until I brought the key switch back a little after starting it. Just a simple idea. Be kind with your rating for me. Raz
The only thing that should not be working would be the audible turn signal / hazard signal sound. When the turn signals are activated, the audio (radio) system generates a clicking sound that indicates the signals are working. When the radio is missing, no sound is generated. Are your turn signals working outside, but no sound or are the signals not working at all. Let me know. Regards,
Was there any electrical issues other than this? Was there anything done to replace an electrical part or a stereo, gps, or other devices added to your car? Was a wire spliced or any wires cut that your aware of? Maybe the tail lights wiring have been altered to add as a source for connecting a trailer wiring harness? Try removing the **** shell around the ignition and carefully inspect the wiring in and around for loose, faulty or wires that may have been cut. Youll want to disconnect the battery first so you wont accidently create a short or spark that could create a bigger problem! Inspect your turn signal switch while you have the **** shell removed and make sure the parts are all intact and functioning, as well as the hazard switch. Could also be that theres simply a wire or wiring harness that had been disconnected while someone was working on another area related to the area where the problem is occuring. Hope this info is helpful or at least leads you in the direction of locating the problem.