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Re: my turn signals,hazzard light and brake lights do not...
Have you ckecked the other fuses one in engine compartment and the other close to where that flasher was then check the bulbs and wiring they may be pinched/ Please rate my response thank you very much
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If 10A FUSE 24 in the fuse block is OK, power is getting to the hazard switch to turn on the flasher unit and send its output through the turn signal switch to the front turn lights and rear combination lights. If the replacement flasher unit is not defective, the turn signal switch could be defective or there could be a problem with the lights although it's unlikely.
I would pull out your hazzard switch and clean it real well. the signal, brake lights are connected to the hazzard switch and if it doesn't fully disengage you wont get the brake lights or the flashers to come on. It happened to me on my 89 Raider last year.
Sounds like a short in the steering colume, maybe the turn signal switch, or a wire that the insulation got wore thru in the colume. Unhook break light switch and try the turn signals and hazards again and see what happens, maybe you can isolate it that way. Also if you havent done it already chk.the sockets in tailight housing for corrosion and bear wires, or anything, even ground wires.