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Blinkers & hazard lights out.found bad blue flasher.changed out with black one from oriellys.all work now but flasher stays energized.thats why old one burn't out.

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Turn signal switch needs to be checked.

Posted on Mar 30, 2015

  • Raymond Rice
    Raymond Rice Mar 30, 2015

    How do I check it.

  • Lawrence Oravetz Mar 30, 2015

    If the flasher is energized when no turn signal is being used, then the turn signal switch is bad.

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