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'01 Jaguar XKR Front Turn Signal and Hazards no longer make Sound

When I turned left or right, I could hear the "blinker" on and when I finished the turn it would turn off. I can see the directional arrow on, but no sound is heard. Is this a bulb issue? Same is true with the Hazard lights.

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Lisa

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  • lisa_cav1 Mar 13, 2009

    The hazard doesn't produce any sound either. It will flash, but no sound. I wasn't clear on the advice you were suggesting. Do you have an idea of what could be causing this?



    You mentioned 1 recall and 23 safety issues... do you mean with this car? Or do you mean related to this problem?



    I went to collisionrepairadvice.com, didn't understand how I could use that site. Please clarify.



    Thanks,

    Lisa

  • Marc Podeszek May 11, 2010

    check hazard or flasher and replace you have 1 recall and 23 safety issues if you need more info go to collisionrepairadvice.com

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No its not a flasher issue there is a spring in the control arm thats causing this to sound/ So what I am saying its the switch that may need to be replaced or the metal rod is bent in the steering column Believe me I now its sounds weird. Sorry Lisa this is one recall if this is a Jaguar XKR coupe if it is a convertible there are 8 , On the site its pretty easy read the about us and why I do this Basically its to help people get things done inexpensive or what kinds of Shops to go to where you can save up to 50 dollars an hr. I also follow through on the help to make sure everything was done and nothing more.

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