Question about Cars & Trucks
Take a long wire and find out, using a test meter or even another bulb, if the electricity is getting to the tip of the light bulb. You must have a good ground, because cars today have so much plastic and fibreglas that a separate wire is needed for the ground wire. You could have a bad socket or a bad ground wire. Be blessed.
Posted on Jan 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: turn signal problems
Turn signals have a relay (its a small switch that charges and discharges current) which controls your turn signals blinking speed and interval. This is most likely your problem. You should be able to get a new one at your local parts store. Follow these instructions, in this order, and let me know how it works.
Step 1:Turn on the hazard lights and walk around the Taurus checking that all four turn signal lights are working. If any of them are not working, replace the bulbs. A non-working bulb in any of the turn signals will often make the turn signals appear that a flasher is going bad.
Locate the fuse box and check the fuses for the turn signals. There may be more than one. Replace any fuses that are blown and then recheck the turn signals again. If they still aren't working properly, then move on to replace the flasher. Step 3: Look for a round, silver-colored object near the fuse box. Put your finger on the object and turn on the turn signal. You should be able to feel a mechanical clicking as the turn signal blinks. This is the flasher. Step 4: Pull the silver flasher out of the socket and replace it with the new one. Each of the flashers should have two pins sticking out of the bottom side. Start the Taurus and recheck the turn signals to ensure that they work. Joel
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
UNSNAP BLACK PLASTIC UNDERNEATH FIXTURE.REACH IN AND TWIST SOCKET TO REMOVE. PULL SOCKET DOWN AND REPLACE BULB. REVERSE STEPS TO REINSTALL. THIS IS ALL DONE FROM UNDERNEATH CAR.
Posted on May 30, 2009
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