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Right side turn signals and hazard lights not working, left side working fine.

Fuse is OK, i cannot hear the relay in the right turn position

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Have a look at the bulbs on the left side when the signal light is on. Are both bulbs on and not flashing or is there just one bulb on? If only one bulb on then the one that isn't on is most likely burned out

Posted on Apr 12, 2015

Testimonial: "I replaced both front and rear bulbs on the side that isnt working and that didnt solve the issue. The left side are flashing good"

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  • Carlos M
    Carlos M Apr 12, 2015

    Testimonial: "I replaced both front and rear bulbs on the side that isnt working and that didnt solve the issue. The left side are flashing good"

  • paulmacintyre
    paulmacintyre Apr 12, 2015

    Make sure the bulbs are inserted properly and the right type. Do bulbs come on and not flash or not come on at all?

  • Carlos M
    Carlos M Apr 12, 2015

    They come on but they dont flash at all

  • paulmacintyre
    paulmacintyre Apr 12, 2015

    Play with the signal switch. Gently push it to the side not working and gently move it up /down in the same direction. I am suspecting a bad signal switch as this is where the ground for the lights to the flasher comes from

  • Carlos M
    Carlos M Apr 12, 2015

    Could the signal switch be the issue even when it works fine for the left side? I'll play and will get back to you. Does that vehicle have a flashers relay in the fuse box?

  • paulmacintyre
    paulmacintyre Apr 12, 2015

    If the flasher works for one side it will work for the other. It just has to be told to work. Play with the switch ( which I suspect ) and see what happens

  • Carlos M
    Carlos M Apr 12, 2015

    I played with the switch and it didnt solve the problem. Could it be a faulty relay?

  • paulmacintyre
    paulmacintyre Apr 12, 2015

    It will not be a relay problem. I can find no info on this flasher. It is possible it is a module type flasher and that may cause your problem I don't know where it is located nor do I have any testing info to supply to you. If it were mine I would see if the flasher is an electronic module type and go for broke and repalcee it if wiggling the signal switch did not provide any results. Hope this helps

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