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Electrical Hazard Lights and Direction Indercaters will not work but the Alarm locking system works,we have checked fuses and they are all ok

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  • dakluegel Feb 15, 2009

    the same problem is happening to me i have the steering column torn apart and it looks like the headlight turn signal switch. i hot wired the turn signal wires and they come on and the 4 ways just started working again.

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Have you checked the flasher relay. It should make a ticking noise when using the indicators or hazard lights.
This could be your problem
good luck

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