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2006 Hi there, my suzuki grand vitara harzard lamps have stopped working. all the fuses are ok some one said to check the relay ? can any one help


Q1: all 4 dead?
Q2: do blinkers work ? hummmm
alldata.com covers all this, log in and read>?
does car run perfectly
do all other lamps work? full bright head lights.
cranks fast not slow
battery charged? main car battery?
then
fuse meter good
fuse haz/turn good?
the tail fuse and tail relay most work or the HAZ switch is dead.
is the haz lamp dead? triangle ICON lamp?> in dash.

the schematic is below.
when you turn on the haz button , this sends 0v (ground) logic signal to the BCM puter.
and the turn /haz relay.
the blinker switch has its own inputs to the RELAY .
so one can fail and other work, and not stated, sadly.
its not really a relay its and electronics module.
(means testing it, is not relay like at all)
12v on both pins on left ? top.
in haz mode 0v on the yellow wire.?
if yes , yes, yes, then the relay is bad


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the 48 slot is haz/blink relay module.
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Nov 15, 2015 | 2006 Suzuki Grand Vitara

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Hazard lights work but why don't the turn signals and interior lights?


haz ok. , both left and right bLINK FAIL?
that means the lamps are ok and wires to them,
on most cars, the blinkers have their own fuse.
like all electric fails, check fuses first.
always.
why buy parts guessing, $150 combo switch for a 10cent fuse?
first diagnose it , then buy parts. and save money.
heck try a repair shop, they will diagnose it cheap.
ill now look up your cars blink wiring.

the dome fuse runs the interior lamps.

horn, runs hazards. (tricky no.)>?
there is a Small fuse. Name small, (yes odd )
the back fuse must be good too, as it feeds the turn/haz relay
yes there is a relay here.
recap
horn, small, back FUSES, and FLASH relay must be good.
seem the flasher is bad.
see here at ?

page 1 of 2.(part)


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Aug 18, 2015 | 1999 Suzuki Esteem

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Parking lights stuck on


the park lamp relay is stuck on. its bad or the control to it is bad.
hazards next.
ok HAZ does glow park to park is a red herring.
the HAZ relay is stuck on, or controls to it are bad
the BCM 100% controls hazard at all times
the BCM gets and input from you , that you want HAZ and then closes the relay/
the HAZ switch ground pin 18 on the BCM, it not 12v here the switch is bad.
IF NOT< bad switch input the HAZ relay is bad.

Dash Fuse Box , fuse 7 is haz. and the relay is there.
replace the relay or the switch,
if you unplug the relay the haz will die.
i bench test relays and am not , doing that here.

Jun 24, 2014 | 2003 Hyundai Tiburon

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Turn signals went out


replace the fuses first. for turn/hazards.
the HAZ fuse 10 amps ., do hazards fail?????????


old car, very old. 1980 corolla.
first off, the lamps are brass based lamps. 115x lamps
they can short so replace them all or remove all of them
and put only 1 new lamp in (of the 4) if this works, good.
if not use a voltmeter to find the cause.
12v during a flash is good, 0v dead, 6v is shorted wires.
this is easy, dont panic, get the schematic for the car is best way.
The FSM has this but are rare for such and old car.

i looked online , alldata.com
and the schematic is there.
the path is from battery to ground as follows
10a haz fuse and 5am turn fuse. (2 fuse!)
the fuses drives the HAZ module
the HAZ module drives the lamps directly in HAZ mode
in blink mode the HAZ module drives the combo turn switch.
a bad flasher module KILL BOTH, (did it?)
the comb drives left or right side and the lamps are all grounded
completing the path of electrics, and the lamps glow.
current flows, and the lamps glow.

lamps
green-black is left
green-yell is left side.

the best test for this car, is to cycle the HAZ button over and over
until they work, most switches this old. 33 years are dirty and fail.
so cycle it. 10 times, if the HAZ fails.
it must work on HAZ or its all a wasted effort.
because the HAZ module feeds the binkers...




Jan 20, 2014 | 1980 Toyota Corolla

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4 ways dont work were is location of flasher


HAZ fails 4 cornders
but what about blinkers.
and do check both haz/blink fuses. first.

Jan 18, 2014 | 1988 Acura Integra

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HORN IS NOT WORKING AND I DON T KNOW WHERE IS THE RELAY FOR THAT HORN .IS IT IN A FUSE BOX ?


check under the hood for the fuse that says HAZ/HORN I believe its a 10 amp fuse

Jul 15, 2011 | Toyota Camry Cars & Trucks

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Where is the horn relay located on the 1988 Toyota pick-up?


Toyota does not use a relay for horn operation. Power to the horn is provided by the 15 amp Haz-Horn fuse. The horn operation is controlled by ground through the horn switch (button) on the steering wheel.

Dec 29, 2010 | 1988 Toyota Pickup

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My 1992 GTS radio,flashers,trunk light,horn dont work and air bag light on


The horn and the flashers are controlled by the 15 amp HAZ-Horn fuse.
The trunk light is powered by the 20 amp Dome light.
The radio is powered by the above Dome fuse, and the 15 amp Radio & CIG fuse.
With a 12 volt testlight, check for power on BOTH sides of the above fuses. If you have no power to either side of the fuses, you have an open circuit under the hood that feeds said fuses: Look for an open circuit in the main fusible link coming right off of the battery positive terminal to the wiring harness.

Oct 07, 2008 | 1992 Toyota Celica

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