Question about Ford Thunderbird
Posted by Anonymous on
The turn signal bulbs or the instrument panel turn indicators ?
Posted on Aug 05, 2015
You have a bad bulb in front or rear shorting.
Posted on Aug 05, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi... On your VOLVO this problem can be a WRONG BULB. On any one of the sockets.
OK.. The TAILS Lights and STOP lights it's use the Same BULB. But with DOUBLE CONTACT. "1157"
But ONLY on WAGON Models.
ON sedan Use a individual BULB for each one.
I recomend Remove the stop LIGHTS BULBS.
Inpect and be sure to have 2 CONNTACT.
Replace if need.
I'm sure this gonna fix your problem.
OK Now, the Center light work Because use a Individual CIRCUIT. And signal from the Little MODULE Called.
BULB FAIL SENSE MODULE.
OK... I hope this help on your problem.
Thank you for use fixya.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
When this happens the problem is most likely the multi-funtion switch aka turn signal switch. Check to see if the 3rd brakelight comes on when the brake pedal is pushed. If so replace the MFS. The 3rd brakelight in late 80's fords bypasses the turnsignal switch.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
As cadman mention to check the fuse, and if there ok check your brake light switch along the brake peddle arm. Before you doany of that, turn your hazard light on to make sure that all your light's are not burnt out. Good luck
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
SOURCE: no brake lights
Took my Trailblazer to dealership. They replaced both rear tail light socket boards (these are plastic parts that house all of the rear lamps/bulbs and attach to tail light housing) They advised the sockets in the boards have a tendency to go bad. Everything works just fine. Cost of each part was approximately $29.00. Easy to replace yourself and save the labor.
Posted on May 02, 2009
Check engine for vacuum leaks at all hoses, hose connections, intake gasket etc. I have also seen retarded engine timing produce low vacuum. If no leaks, check anything in control system that controls timing...however, I believe you will find a leak before you need to go there. Also check Idle control valve and egr valve for malfunction or blockages.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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