Question about 2003 Ford F150 Regular Cab
Blinkers work fine on my truck but the hazards dont I hear it wanting to engage when I press the hazards they dont work The blinkers do work so Im trying to find out why they wont work. I checked and rechecked the fuses So Im wondering if its the relay or maybe the switch They did work one min then the next they just stopped working for no reason
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.
Posted on May 05, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to go back over all the bulbs. Take each one out and put it back in making sure its working properly. Most likely a bulb is not grounding. I had this on a f-150 that took two days to track down. Good luck
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
SOURCE: Blinkers stopped working
I have a 1994 F150 and the blinkers and E Flashers were out. I bought some flashers from NAPA and put them in with no effect. I noticed my E Flashers were still on from before when I was trying to switch them on. Turned the E flasher switch to the off positiion and the trun signals with the new Flasher are working. I thought I had another flasher spot around the back of the fuse box but didn't have time to look at it yet, so my E Flashers are still not working.
My turn signals won't work with the E flasher on. ??? Hopefully just that, the Flasher around the back.
Posted on May 06, 2009
check the bulbs again make sure the brake and signal light bulb has two filaments in it, the parking lights ony has one filament
Posted on May 21, 2009
could be the brake pedal switch itself has dropped below or worn down casing an insufficient connection look at the pedal and see if it makes contact with the switch the lights all function through the turn signal lever these days with the wipers the cruise-control etc it may also be a break in the line from wear especially if you have tilt wheel ....
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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