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check the fuse for your blinkers( its in the owners manual under fuses and relays) also check the flasher relay. This is usually by the fuse panel. If the flasher is bad, your turn signals and 4 way(hazard lights) will not work. If the fuse is good, and flasher is good, let me know, and we will go from there. hope this helps
when you get in your car and use the car turn signals and it does not work from the inside or out side and your hazard light dont work to then you need to replace the fuse located inside the front hood in a black box or inside the car located under the stering wheel next to the gas and brake pedle on the side. Remove it and check the fuses and flasher relay. The flasher relay in a black square looking fuse that has 3,4, or 5 prongs. That is your problem of why the hazord lights and blinkers are not working, you can go to a part store to find the flasher relay for 9 to 15 dollars max. Napa has more of a selection. PS.... when you find the flasher and its burn out it is no good ; make sure the volts match!!!! If you buy a flasher and it burns out instinly after replaced then wireing is short and go with less volts you hace to ballance things of your car was worked on before, things where changed. Check you lights in front and back brights and dim, brakes and reverse lights. replace bulbs if needed could correct the problem if flasher still doesnt let blinkers or hazord work. If bulbs where replaced and still no blinkers or hazord lights then you need a new or used (another) switch nob. You can go to a local junk yard and take off what you need off the same car you have and pay for it then replace it on your car. Or you can go to amazon ebay or such to find. If you are a WOMEN or OLDLADY or some one not good at removing parts then this is not your job. Find someone who can help, or pay something that could be so easyily done. I hope this solves your question.
in the fuse box you should see a round silver colored relay this is the blinker relay otherwise it may be under the hood or just under the dash ...or as you open the drivers door or passengers door a panel on the side
Try the hazard switch.Do all the blinkers work?This may be a loose connection to the lamp.The window and lock system are on seperate circuits so very unlikely they are related.There is a seperate relay for the blinker and hazards,so a single blinker not working is either bulb or wiring.Widows are operated by motor so check the fuse, wires and and actuating switch. (Door trims off).Also check its not just jammed.Locks,check fuses,switch wires for damage or looseness and the actuator is working.Check the actu. rods are not loose are bent.(need the door trims off for this).Quite a few different things but hope this helps
Hi Bill,I think before replacing anything else you should give that hazard switch a good workout.The switch doesn't get get used very often and the contacts get corroded and can upset the indicators.Good Luck.
I think I have found the problem. When I wiggle the ignition switch the turn signals and radio go on and off so I feel the issue is in the ignition switch. From what I understand the actual electronics for the switch are at the base of the sterring column behind the lower dash panel and is connected by a rod that may need adjusting.