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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem twice before. Solved it the same way both times. In my case it was the Hazard switch at the top of the steering column. It was stuck. I knew it was that because the signal lights had been functioning perfectly until I parked my car alongside the road with the hazard lights on to do some nighttime fishing and sip a little white lightnin'. (just kiddin' about the white lightnin')
When I got back in my car to go, I turned off the hazard lights but I had no turn signal lights! So I kept pushing that hazard button up and down for about 30 times with my left turn signal arm down until it started working again. So after having this happen to me twice, I learned a valuable lesson: Don't ever use hazard signals in this car.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Hello bainesp: My name is Roger and I will help. You will find th flasher mounted to a clip. Left hand side of the steering column. See attached picture. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer. This way I know it was helpful. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
Testimonial: "Answer was great, picture was too small to read, even after printing! Thanks, Phil."
2001 Ford Truck F250 Super
Duty P/U 4WD 5.4L EFI 8cyl the Flasher is located front seating area, driver side, behind left hand side
of instrument panel, on fuse panel. Check the FUSE PANEL...
Also can check this and other details in your 2001 Ford F-250 - Owners Manual. (page 172 and next).
Good luck (remember rated this help).
Posted on May 13, 2010
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Turn on the Durango and check each of the four turn signals
to make sure that the bulbs are not burned out. If you find one that has gone
out, replace the bulb and retest the turn signals. When a bulb goes bad on this
circuit, the resulting operation can mimic a bad flasher or one that is
Locate the combination turn signal flasher and relay. It is
on the left end of the driver's dash. Open the access door and view the
collection of relays and fuses. At the left side of the mounting block is a
larger flasher and relay. This is the combination turn signal flasher and
the relay by placing you finger on the relay housing and activating the turn
signal. If you have found the right one, you should feel a clicking as the turn
signal blinks. Remove the relay, replace with the new relay and close the
Start the Durango and activate the turn signals to check that they each work. The light should turn on and should blink. Also, check the hazard lights to make sure they work.
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