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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same problem right now. When it is 70+ degrees outside my car's windows will not roll down, the AC stops working, and the turn signals will not work. I've been digging into it and it is more than likely a relay.
I'm looking for a service manual with electronic troubleshooting manual online. If you search for it you can find it in a .pdf form. By using the ETM and a multimeter (cheap to buy at SEARS) then you should be able to get your problem out of the way.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
Hello, when this situation happens, you need to do a little extra troubleshooting with the electrical wiring to pinpoint the problem. First, obtain a 12V test light. You can find them at some 99 cent stores or for about $10 from an auto parts store. Probe the hot side of the fuse box terminal and make sure voltage is reaching the circuit there. If not, you know you have a wiring problem and you just have to trace the wire back, normally by the color to the wiring harness and then check again there with the test light for 12V voltage. You might need to get a wiring diagram. Often libraries have donated Chiltons manuals that you can copy the diagram from. I hope this helps get you started. Now, if you have 12V to the fuse, you need to check if you have any voltage to the light bulb that is not working and then work back on the wire from there until you locate the stretch of wire where there is no voltage and then replace that segment or look for the short to ground in that area.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
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Your vehicle has 2 flasher relays. One for the turn signals and one for the hazard lights. The turn signal flasher relay is located on the drivers side, under the dash, mounted on the drivers (Left) side of the steering column. The hazard flasher is mounted on top of the steering column. Do not get them mixed up.
Posted on Aug 12, 2011
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