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My blinkers will just stop working. I just had a new multi-function switch replaced and it is still doing it. I can manually turn the blinker off and on and the blinker light works.


Hi,
Looks like the blinker relay needs to be replace! It blinks once and stop, means the relay bi metal is burned and have to be replace.
hope that helps you out!

Jun 09, 2011 | 2004 Ford Expedition

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Hi my blinker is not working how can i repair that


Sometimes your blinker will stop working if a signal light bulb has burned out. Check your bulbs first. If all the bulbs are ok then check your fuse box for a blown fuse and lastly check the blinker itself in the fusebox. Your owners manual should show you where to find the fusebox and blinker.

Jun 08, 2011 | 2001 Hyundai Sonata

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Car trailer plug wiring, red, green , yellow,brown & white, which does each of these wires connect to on a car? IE:- green / left blinker, red / stop light?


Red and brown are the stop lights and the green is the left blinker and the yellow is the right blinker. White is ground.

Apr 22, 2011 | 1991 Toyota 4Runner

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LEFT REAR STOP LIGHT NOT WORKING FORD SPOR TTRACKER 2001


You may have to trace the wire from the blinker back . I am betting it is a cut wire in between the switch and the light. You can use a test light to go back tracing the wire until it light up. Your problem is right there. it could have been pinched and the current was cut off.

Dec 29, 2009 | 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac

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2004 Expedition Wiring Color Codes


brown would be the parking light hot wire
green / white would be the blinker hot wire
black yes ground ,
but according to the schematics , **** this color combination only applies to the left front

the right front should be :
brown would be the parking light hot wire
black ground , and a white / light blue would be the blinker hot wire

do you need the rear colors ?

brown is parking on both left and right rears
black is ground on both
light green / orange left blinker / stop light hot wire
orange / light blue right blinker / stop light hot wire

J5

Jan 15, 2009 | 2004 Ford Expedition

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Right rear blinker not working!


check the socket whare the bulb goes for rust corosion. you can also test the socket by removing bulb and using a 12 volt test light. remove bulb and connect test light leads to the socket while the signal is on.connect one lead from test light to inner wall of socket and the other one to the terminals in bottom of socket

Jan 13, 2009 | 1995 Ford F250

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Beeping Noise/Blinker Noise


sounds like your electronic flasher unit maybe stuck causing the noise. they are generally located under the dash on driver side just below the instrument cluster.

Sep 10, 2008 | 2004 Oldsmobile Alero

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BLINKERS NOT WORKING


Ok this a way different problem than i thought it was first thing to look at is the relays and fuses and connectors to make sure they are not loose, pull them out and reconnect them. Engine running = vibration. Engine not running = no vibration. If thats good your left light blinker may be shorted to your constant power. Your right blinker may have an intermittent open. I looked at turn signal flashers online they are about $10 each, maybe swap em out then return if it does not fix it. It really sounds like a wiring problem though so look at the back side of where the light is connector and tell me what you find if anything
Good luck

Aug 14, 2008 | 1995 Pontiac Sunfire

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