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Directional signals and flashers stopped working

97 Jeep Wrangler 4cyl, 5 speed manual trans.

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  • airshango May 22, 2009

    directionals both left and right just stopped working. Tried flashers and they did not work either. Could it be a fuse? where is it located?

  • airshango May 22, 2009

    not to sound stupid but what is the multi-function switch?

  • airshango May 22, 2009

    Got it! But on my wrangler the lights are pulled on and pushed off from the dash. My signals are initiated with a bare arm, thats why I hope it's a fuse.

  • Michael Masters
    Michael Masters May 11, 2010

    need more information.....

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Hi, this is a flasher issue. its malfunctioning. its located near the Seating area, driver side, on the upper steering column housing at the top of the steering column, behind the multi-function switch.

If you would like to check the fuse. it is number 3(20a) yellow.

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  • Michael Masters
    Michael Masters May 22, 2009

    The fuse panel is usually under the hood, under the instrument panel,
    or in a kick panel in the driver's compartment. With the fuse in the
    socket, a test light can be used to test the fuse.

  • Michael Masters
    Michael Masters May 22, 2009

    The multi function switch is the device you use to operate the headlights and initiate the signals as well.

  • Michael Masters
    Michael Masters May 22, 2009

    i see.

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