Indicator lights no longer blink its one solid light
On my way to work one day, I turned on my indicator to turn, while awaiting to turn it stop blinking and stayed as one solid light. This is so with all lighting funtions now, right left and hazard. What do I do for this?
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Re: Indicator lights no longer blink its one solid light
Im Not Totaly Sure But Most other Makes & Modles Ues 2 Seperate Signal FLASHER Units
Your Owners Manual Should Show this As Turn Signal "FLASHER" Located At or Near Fuse / Relay Box This is ASUMING you have Checked The Fuses and Relays
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that is usually an indication of a burnt out bulb in the turn signal/hazard lights. the other possibility may be a bad flasher. Check all the running, blinker and hazard lights by turning them on one at a time and walk around the car looking for burnt out lights.
I am pretty sure it is the body control module. My 02 sable is currently having a similar issue. On a random day my girlfriend took the car to the store, the car started honking when she went to re-enter the vehicle. never done that before. Later that night the left front turn signal will not shut off. the turn signal light on the dash stays on solid, this morning the bright light indicator was on solid and the turn signals worked perfectly fine until the blinker light eventually went back to on all the time. I disconnect the battery at night or if I am not going to drive it for a few hours. But I am 99% certain it is the BCM causing this.
Sounds like the turn blinker is shorted internally. Suggest you change it out, to test this.
My next check is that no wiring is melted and burned, such as can happen with any connection to tow a trailer. U-Haul has fine print that indemnify them of any problems they cause! have you towed anything recently?