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Front and rear turn signals not working on lincoln navigator

All of a sudden the front left and right and the rear left and right turn signals are all not working on my 98 lincoln navigator. The fuse is ok as well as the bulbs. What else controls all of them at once?

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  • Sandi Scott Oct 06, 2013

    My turn signals don't work, we replaced the relay and now the signals and the blower fan isn't working. We've had three seperate mechanics look at it, to no avail. Any suggestions? 98 Lincoln Navigator. Thanks!

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It doesn't have one Controlled by smart junction box .
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Front right and rear right are on a different circuit than the left front an left rear. Locate the Flasher control module behind dash. With key in RUN position check for pulsing battery voltage on the Green/white wire coming out of the flasher control module electrical connector. If no battery voltage, check for battery voltage coming into the flasher from the turn signal switch on the white/red wire. Left turn input is on the white/black wire. If not battery voltage on white/red, but voltage on white/black when turning left, then the turn signal switch is bad

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Where is the relay switch located on the 98 lincoln navigator for the turn signals and what is the relay switch


In older cars a relay or flasher switch was used for signals and hazards. These were round and typicly located in the fuse box under the drivers dash. Your car will probably just have a relay controled by the computer. The relay will be in the drivers fuse box. The turn silgnal switch may also be your problem. I hope this informaiton helps.

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