Question about Geo Prizm
Posted by Anonymous on
Turn signals have both fuses and relays. Inside your fuse panel... remember most cars have two fuse panels. One is under the hood and the other is under the driver's side footwell of the dashboard. Read the inside cover of the fuse panel box and it will tell you exactly which fuse and relay go to the turn signals. Look at the diagram carefully and count the fuses and relays to pull out the proper ones. You can easily see if the fuse is burned out when he wire connecting the two sides is burned through. A relay is difficult to check, just buy a new one and pop it in the correct spot.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1993 Geo Prizm turn signals
You have a bad turn signal switch if the hazards work and the turn signals do not. It has nothing to do with the fuse or the flasher unit. Your switch is bad or you have a bad connection some where.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
There is probably something shorting the front turn signal wires; the car is supposed to turn the signal light circut on and leave it on if it detects a burned out light bulb. The flashers, however, are supposed to work normally no matter what happens.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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