I took it to a local mechanic who replaced the ignition switch and checked for shorts.He claims(and charged me for) replacing the clutch safety switch. However the replaced part looks old and rusty. I still have the same exact problem after spending $800 . He seems clueless. One should I ask for a partial refund? Two can I wire the two wires going to the safety together and by pass the switch altogether?
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check flasher ,temperarialy replace with one known to be good,if they work that is the problem. check bulbs,same thing, use good bulb to check. look for crossed,or shorted wires,also check turnsignal switch.some automobiles are designed to have the blinker stop working and the indicator burn steady on that side to show which side the bad bulb is on. could be rusty socket also.
The mechanic should check the ignition switch of the car . prepare the equipment to be used then check the ignition switch, check the wires that are connected to the ignition switch that connect to the battery. you also have to check the fuse if the ignition switch is worn out or destroyed then repair or replace.The wires if there are worn out or destroyed wires and fuses then replace , if loose wire connection then reconnect them.But to figure it out the problem is only in the ignition switch and its wires or wire connections.You just have to repair and reconnect the wires and repair the ignition switch.