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The blinker relay is getting worn out. It's right behind the hazard lights switch. Pull off the black trim around the radio, hazard, ets, and the relay is write there. Next time the blinkers stop working hit the hazard button or hit the trim just above the hazard lights button. Mines been doing it off and on and I just hit the trim above the hazard button and they start blinking again. Never have time or remember to get a new relay.
Blinkers and hazards normally work on the same fuse. Sounds like the hazard switch has a problem.Get the hazard switch out and bridge the two connector wires to the switch. If the hazards then work the problem is in the switch.If it don't work you may have a problem in the wiring between the switch and the flasher relay.
ther is a single unit for signall ligths and hazards, the unit is faulty, but do this just for chance, press and release the hazard button few times then try again, some times it gest stuck or dirt build up, if doesnot work buy the electronic flasher
dear friend-your blinker light has nothing to do with your gearbox problem,i surgest you have a look at the hazard switch.regarding you gearbox problem i think we must start at the gear lever.make sure that when you press the button on the shift that it does dis-engage,then while having the shift in hand move the car forward and back wards,try to dis-engage,if not you will have to remove the sump and look at the meganism inside,it has a half moon operating the shaft that is connected to the lock meganism.
YOU MIGHT WANT TO CHECK THE BULBS IN THE REAR LIGHTS THEY OFTEN STOP WORKING IF THERE IS A BURNT ONE . IF NOT THEN CHECK TO SEE IF YOU CAN HEAR THE CLICK WHEN YOU ENGAGE YOUR SIGNAL EACH WAY IT MIGHT BE IN THE STEERING COLOUM WHERE IT CONNECTS TO THE SIGNAL ARM
inside the car where the air conditioning controls and clock is, pull that panel off. there are two plugs on the other side of it. one plug (the white one) is for the clock. unplugging this resets your clock to 1:00. the other one( green) plugs into the hazard button. if this in not plugged in fully, the blinkers nor hazards will work. make sure this is fully plugged in first