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My signal & hazzard lighs have stopped working.. th fue is not blown.. what could be wrong

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  • loyaltyoverb Jun 20, 2009

    thank you, it was not the bulbs it actully turned out to be the positive battery terminal...

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Check all of your bulbs if one is blown it will do what you said

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My turn signals stopped working suddenly on my 1992 ford probe lx. Prior right side was blinking faster. Changed signal switch next to steering column changed turn sinal/hazzard flasher by the clutch...


If this is not working on the right side and is OK on the left side then one of the indicator lamps on the right side has blown out. The reduced load on the right hand indicators causes the flasher can to flash faster.
Try turning on the hazard switch then walk around your car to see which lamp has blown out.

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My turn signals don't work but the hazzards flash


if your hazzards flash, that means your bulbs will be good but, your turn signal fuse is blown. you should check that first, & don't forget to turn off your hazzards before you can see if your turn signals work again. give it a try.

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I have a ticking like a blinker sound ticking inside my vehicle.. it sounds like a continuous blinker going. All my out side lights flashers blinkers are working .What could this be?


look for the hazzard /4 ways switch. see if this is where this ticking is coming from. if so slowly move the turn signal switch . if it stops or changes, you have a bad turn signal switch. the hazzard and the turn signals operate through the hazzard switch..it has a built in relay.hope this was helpful

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I HAVE A 2002 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT. THE HAZZARD LIGHTS DONT WORK


I think there are 2 fuses for those switches. Fuse #11 & #39

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Hi I got some problems with may signal lighs and


There are several possibilities, but an easy one would be to try replacing the flasher, assuming it is the same one for both. It just plugs into the fuse box.

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Brake Lights do not work and hazard button is stuck


I could not tell you how many times people have brought their cars into my shop and tell me that they had already checked all fues and they are OK, then I check the car and find a blown fuse or a fuse that is completely missing.

Your dash (Instrument Cluster) illumination lights are powered by the "PARK LP" fuse in the underhood fuse panel - it is fuse number 37 and should be a 20 Amp fuse. If this fuse is blown, your Park lights on the exterior of the car will also not be working. If they are working and your dash lights are not, then the problem is probably in your headlamp switch.

Your Brake lights are powered by the "STOP LAMP" fuse in the instrument panel (IP) fuse block it is a 15 Amp fuse.

Your Hazzard lights are powered by the "HAZZARD" fuse in the (IP) also a 15 Ap fuse.

If both of these fuses are good, then the most likely problem with your brake and hazzard lamps is the multifunction (Turn Signal) switch.

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My brake lights and hazzard flashers are not


your flasher is bad.check your brake light fuse for a blown fuse

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Probably the turn signal switch assembly. This is a common problem with the older Fords. The switch is a self contained unit at a cost of about $100.00.

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Turn signals


sounds like a ground problem. check your blinker ground connections

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