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The indicators and hazards on 99 Holden Jackaroo will not work. fuses are ok but cannot find the flasher relay
I have a 1999 jackaroo were my blinkers wont work but my hazards lights do would anyone know why that would be?? An how would i fix it?
Posted on Oct 10, 2015
Flasher relay is usually under the hood. Look for a black plastic box near the fender
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i believe the audi uses two relays for the turn signals and hazzard lights so it would appear the turn relay has failed. it should be located under the dash near the steer column.... seems to me me they have some shielding under the dash so it may be hard to get to.
Posted on May 23, 2009
Most cars have separate relay flashers. One for turn and one for 4 way. Look at turn signal flasher relay. Next if applicable, look for bulb relay.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
your check engine lamp is probably on because the vehicles computer is not receiving a vehicle speed signal, because your speedo is not working. You need to check the sensor on the gearbox and the head unit in the dash cluster. The gearbox sensor has three wires, one is power to the sensor and should read 12volts with ignition on (but engine off), a second wire is the earth for the sensor and should read 0volts and the third is the signal wire which can read anything from 5 to 12 volts. This signal should jump between zero volts and the signal voltage (5 to 12 volts) when the gearbox is rotated by turning a rear wheel (with the other wheels chocked to prevent the vehicle moving..and rotate the wheel by hand as some of these vehicles have a limited slip differential which can cause serious accidents if you try this with the engine turning the wheels...so don't). If the sensor is not getting 12 volts, check fuses and harness connections, if the signal voltage is missing check the head unit as this comes from the head unit to the sensor. If the signal voltage does not fluctuate when the wheels are rotated, or stays at zero volts, suspect the sensor.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
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