Question about 1990 Ford F250
EVERY TIME I MOVE SIGNAL LEVER UP OR DOWN IT BLOWS FUSE.HAVE HAD MECHANIC CHECK COMPLETE SYSTEM BUT FOUND NO SHORTS, HE SPENT 2 HOURS CHECKING EVERY THING AND FINALLY TOLD ME HE GIVES UP. SAID HE HAD NEVER IN HIS 40 YEARS RUN ACROSS THIS KIND OF PROBLEM. I NEED HELP--MIKE HE FOUND NO SHORTS UNDER THE DASH,ON THE TRANSMISSION,ALL LIGHTS,OR IN THE STEERING COLUMN. HE BLEW 15 FUSES CHECKING EVERY THING AND HAS LESS HAIR NOW THEN WHEN HE STARTED.
I had the same problem with the mid 90s Ford Ranger I don't know if your turn signals are working at all.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Turn Signal
Well, I have a Ford Contour Se 98' V6. The flasher rely IS under the steering wheel column. It's actually connected RIGHT next to your turn signal sitck/switch.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
SOURCE: brake light issue.
the brake lights switch of the expedition is connected to the cruise control system. get yourself a wiring diagram and sort out the problem. i have read of fires being caused by that problem so be carefull.
Posted on May 28, 2009
The dash and insrument illumination lights are both controlled off the same circuit within the headlamp switch. You can try finding a happy spot for the lights by very slowly pulling out the switch after the running light position and turning the knob back and forth, but, this is purely temporary. You need a new switch and it's very easy to change. If you disconnect the battery positive cable. Pull the switch all the way out to the headlamp position. After doing this reach around the back of the switch on each side and you'll find a small button that you can push in. This button allows You to remove the knob/shaft combination. Then just take out the 6-8 screws that hold the cluster face plate(or it may just pry off) and unscrew the collar that secures the headlamp switch to the dashframe.. The harness comes of in one piece and that's it. Good Luck Dana
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
SOURCE: have a 1999 bounder 34j
flasher and blinkers look like a small silver cylinder, maybe an inch or so in diameter. they are usually in the fuse box or somewhere in the dash. (in my 93 mustang the flasher is almost in the middle of the dash instead of driver side while the blinker part is inside the fuse box. now this is just the ones i've seen, yours SHOULD be the same, but i'm not positive. you said you found something with 3 wire plug in? that sounds like it may be it, but look for the cylinder like things first
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
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