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Re: turn signal switch
Have you looked at a Haynes or Chitons vehicle specific book? They usually have the wiring diagrams in the electrical section. If not the library often has the high end books with the diagrams you can trace or photocopy.
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If you are very sure the wires are good, then you need to replace the multifunction switch in the steering column. Be sure you have checked the wire harness for bare spots or a broken wire first. Hope this helps.
SOUND LIKE WIRE PROBLEM.YOU NEED A WIRE DIAGRAM TO CHECK THE TURN SIGNAL SWITCH WIRING DONT PLUG A WIRE IF YOU DONT KNOW WHERE IT GOES COULD CAUSE ELECTRICAL BLOW OUT.TRY TO GO ON LINE LOOK FOR AUTODATA DIY COM LOOK FOR ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM.
Okay here we go, there are three wires from the map sensor, if you look at the sensor there are letters stamped on the plug area, theres an A,B,and C the wires start from the sensor as orange/blk to terminal A then lite green wire to terminal B and last is gray wire to terminal C . im not sure what wires your freind cut but there only one at computer for map sensor and thats the signal wire, all slots at computer are numbered the signal wire is light green and connects to slot #25. heres a diagram for all wires to computer you will need to locate the wire in order to connect them back, this is not hard find the open slots and check diagram for wire color, hope this helps, good luck.
What happens if you have the key in the run position, you foot on the brake and you wiggle, pull, push the turn signal lever. Also try turning the hazards on and off slowly. All while keeping an eye on the brake lights to see if they come on momentarily.
I'm pretty sure the brake and turn signal share the same bulb If so we know that the bulb and the wiring from the switch to the bulb is fine. If there is power into and out of the brake switch than it is reasonable to assume that the problem is in between the brake switch and the turn signal switch if not the switch itself.
do your turn signals work? I believe the brake lights go through the same wiring harness as the turn signals,you could have a bad turn signal switch.also did you check for power at the brake light switch?you may also want to take a look at the wiring in the trunk