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Turn Signal Failure

Hello, I have replaced the turn signal unit due to failure about one year ago and, recently now have experienced an issue with the turn signal lights. They do not respond, however, the hazard lights do operate. I had one brief intermittent issue then a complete failure. Could this be an issue with the replaced turn signal assembly unit or a failed turn signal relay? I have checked the lamps and the fuses which seem to be all in working order. Thanks, Dave

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  • osgdavid Apr 13, 2009

    Thanks Superman_B_1 that was right on the money.  The relay was faulty.

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TRUE DAVE FROM THE SOUNDS OF THIS IT'S PROBLY A BAD RELAY THATS STUCK OPEN OR CLOSED

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