Question about Volvo XC90
All fuseschecked ok
I presume you also hear NO click click click when you turn the flasher on.
Turn signals work off a Solonoid, fuses, and a charged battery.
Since the fuses are OK, the car starts, the most likely cause is the solonoid. It's a little square colored box about 2 to 2 1/2" inches long,
1" wide, and 1" deep. They are color coded to recognize the device.
The little box plugs in under the dash, were it plugs in changes by make and model and year. The easiest way is to go to an Auto Parts supply house and give Make, model, and year. Then you can see the color, go under the dash with a Flashlight are carefully look for the same color device. Unplug by pulling it straight out, replace with the new. Your flasher should work.
Posted on May 10, 2014
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