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Sebring turn signals/flasher not working fuses good, flasher relay replaced and still nothing

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SOURCE: 1991 Le Baron Turn Signal Problem

A Clymer Guide or similar manual will show you the wiring schematic. Should be available online, or in your library.

Posted on Jul 11, 2008

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SOURCE: turn signals and hazard flashers quit working

There are two possible locations for the relay.

First in the fuse panel, close to the bottom.

Second, in some models they put the darn thing behind the dash in the center of the car, it's a real pain to get to if it's that one.

Good luck

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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SOURCE: Instrument panel not working at all - all signals work o.k. , brakes, turn, etc.

check the igntion off draw fuse if it is blown or not fully seated in the fuse block it can cause this

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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SOURCE: MY TURN SIGNAL QUIT WORKING IS THERE A FLASHER

My service manual states that the '02 T+C has a combination turn signal/hazard flasher/daytime running lights module which is located on the junction block, adjacent to and left of the steering column. To access it, you must remove the steering column lower cover and knee pad panel. There is also a fuse for turn signal/hazard flasher. If none of them work, check the fuse 1st.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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SOURCE: The turn signal keeps flashing the to the left

I agree. It sounds like a mechanical problem in the turn signal switch in the top of the steering column. Once you pull the trim off the column, it's a fairly easy repair from there. Downside? The turn signal stalk assembly can be rather expensive in most cases. I would consider a used one or finding one on Ebay first, before calling your local dealership.

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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