2006 Mustang left turn signal acts like hazard lights.
I have a 2006 Mustang. I'm the original owner and the car has never had any work done. Recently, the left turn signal causes all of the indicator lights to blink like the hazard lights are on. The right turn signal works normal. What would cause this?
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You need to check the power with an electrical screwdriver. Start with the turn signals. Did the bulbs blow.? If so there is a serious electric fault and it will get worse. Has the jeep been through flooding? Thearth connections may be damp. You may need to use a hair dryer to fix them.
The first place to start are fuses, check your owners manual for location, typically left side of dash.
The emergency (hazard) flashers and turn signals are on separate fuses and run through the hazard switch. If all the lights work when the hazard switch is on then the problem will likely be a blown turn signal fuse.
Other possibilities are the hazard switch itself is bad, the turn signal switch is bad or a broken wire, all of which require a meter (or test light) wiring diagram and knowledge of the circuit to test it - better to have it done.
On a "one brake light bulb per side" setup,the brake switch feeds 12v to the turn/hazard switch,and the switch will apply 12v to both when no turn signal activated,the right only when the left signal is on,the left only when the right signal is on,and none when the hazards are on.With this in mind,it IS possible that the turn signal switch or wiring is the issue.If you are still running the original switch,try removing the switch and cleaning/regreasing the contacts(or look for something obviously worn or broken).If the switch is bad-hey,you got almost 50 years out of it! I'll bet you won't get that much longevity out of anything built now!
Stop lamp an hazard lights work ?
The body control module (BCM) is responsible for controlling the turn signals and hazard lamps. When the turn signal switch is placed in either the left turn or right turn position, the BCM receives a signal from the turn signal switch. The BCM then sends an on-off voltage signal to either the left or right turn signals and their instrument panel cluster (IPC) indicator. When the hazard switch is pressed, the BCM receives a signal from the hazard switch. The BCM then will send an on-off voltage signal to all the turn signal lamps. All the turn signal lamps will flash including both IPC turn signal indicators.
Repair an open, high resistance, or short to ground in the inoperative turn signal supply voltage circuit. Refer to Circuit Testing and Wiring Repairs .
Did you complete the repair?
The flasher is a small round plastic cylinder (unless replaced with a metal one) behind the left edge of the glove box that will look similar to the one in the fuse panel. The first step is to squeeze gently both sides of the open glove box and let it swing downward. It will be snapped into a metal horizontal brace just to the left of the glovebox opening by a small tab and have two wires attached. The number more than likely will be a #552 although I have seen a factory one with a Warner #224