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My 1990 jeep commanche turn signal lights do not work, but the hazard lights do. I replaced the fuse, what else cani do?

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  • thompsonsauk Mar 05, 2009

    i looked undr the dash and the diagram i was given is not helping, i am trying to find out witch wires are for the right and left blinker so that i can temperarily attach a toggle switch for my blinkers.



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There is a seperate flasher for turn signals It should either be under the dash on either side of the steering column or it may be a "combination module" which is both in one unit, usually on the right side of the column.

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  • Richard Scordino Mar 05, 2009

    I got a bit ahead of myself... Also check on the fuse block...turn on the 4way flasher. If there is another identical unit that is on the panel that is not clicking, that is your directional flasher.

  • Richard Scordino Mar 05, 2009

    Why are you messing with the wiring???? Have you located and checked the flashers yet? (not a fuse, the actual round metal or plastic flasher unit in location(s) I mentioned) Turn on the 4way and find the item that is clicking under the dash! the turn flasher looks just like it!!!


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Seen this one before . a lot of the time the fuse prongs for turn single is loose or corroded. if you have a manual some times the hydraulic fluid can leak behind fuse box and cause these demons. It happen to me and had to solder the thing back in place. wiggle the fuse while turn signal on and see if it works.

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