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Have 4-way,2-way flashers on truck. no power to left hand 2-way flasher on main cable to rear 1997 F-350

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Hope you can read wire colors in diagram, they are circled. It would be same wire colors at the rear, left and right.
I'm not sure that is what you wanted?

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This is a typical earth problem. Some of the lights use the same earth and when some of the earth points are not good, the power go through the other lights. That is why some lights go's faster, it's all about resistants. Check all the earth points in the light holders and under the dash and also between the battery, engine and body. Good luck.

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Fuse list ford contour


The following specifications are for the Ford Contour and Mercury Mystique manufactured throughout 1995-2000.
Fuses Rating Color Circuit
Engine bay fuse box
1 80 Black Power supply to main fuse box
2 60 Yellow Radiator fan
3 60 Yellow ABS
4 20 Yellow Daytime running lights
5 30 Light green Fog lamp
6 30 Light green Not used
7 30 Light green ABS
8 30 Light green Air pump
9 20 Light bue PCM module
10 20 Light bue Ignition switch
11 3 Violet PCM memory
12 15 Light bue Horn & hazard flasher
13 15 Light bue Oxygen sensor
14 15 Light bue Fuel pump
15 10 Red Right-hand low beam
Passenger compartment fuse box
16 10 Red Left-hand low beam
17 10 Red Right-hand high beam
18 10 Red Left-hand high beam
19 7.5 Brown Heated door mirrors
20 10 Black Windshield wipers
21 30 Light green Electric windows
22 7.5 Brown ABS
23 15 Light bue Reverse lights
24 15 Light bue Brake lights
25 20 Yellow Door locks
26 20 Yellow Main light
27 15 Light bue Cigarette lighter
28 30 Light green Power seats
29 30 Light green Heated rear window
30 7.5 Brown Engine management
31 7.5 Brown Instrument pannel lights
32 7.5 Brown Radio
33 7.5 Brown Front and rear sidelights (left)
34 7.5 Brown Interior lighting & clock
35 7.5 Brown Front and rear sidelights (right)
36 30 Light green Air bag
37 30 Light green Heated blower
38 Unused
Relays Color Circuit Location
Engine bay fuse box
R1 Green Daytime running lights (Canada)
R2 Black Radiator fan (high speed)
R3 Blue AC cut-out
R4 Brown AC clutch
R5 Dark green Radiator fan (low speed)
R6 Yellow Starter
R7 Brown Horns
R8 Brown Fuel pump
R9 White Low beam headlights
R10 White High beam headlights
R11 Brown PCM power supply
Passenger compartment fuse box
R12 White Interior and courtesy lights
R13 Yellow Heated rear window
R14 Yellow Heated blower
R15 Green Windshield wiper motor
R16 Black Ignition
R17 Unused
R18 Black One touch window switch Driver's door
R19 Blue Cruise control cut-off Central fuse box bracket
R20 Unused
R21 Unused
R22 White Fog lights Interface module bracket
R23 Black Turn signals Steering column
R24 White Left-hand flasher Door lock module bracket
R25 White Right-hand flasher Door lock module bracket
R26 Unused
Bulbs / Lights Wattage Type
Low beam headlamp 55 9006 Halogen
High beam headlamp 55 9005 Halogen
Parking / Side light 5 2357A Wedge
Front turn signal 21 2357A Bayonet
Rear turn signal 21 1157 Bayonet
Tail light 21 1157 Bayonet
Stop light 21 1157 Bayonet
High mount stop light 5 2723 Bayonet
Fog/Driving light 55 893 Halogen
License plate 5 6418 Festoon
Reverse light 21 1156 Bayonet
Front sidemarker 5 2357A Wedge
Glove box
Map light 5 64111 Wedge
Dome light 10 6411 Feston
Step/Courtesy light
Trunk/Cargo area
Engine compartment 10 89 Wedge
Instrument-general
Automatic trans indicator

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Turn signals stopped working but were working yesterday. Any ideas?


More than likely the electronic turn signal flasher is defective.
Instructions
  1. Remove the Old Flasher Relay
    • Using your socket wrench, disconnect the negative cable from the car's battery terminal. The negative terminal and cable are identified on the top of the battery using the minus ("--") symbol. Once the cable is disconnected, wrap the metal end completely with the black electrical tape. Lay the cable down and make sure it's not touching any metal surfaces.
    • 2Open the driver side front door and kneel or position yourself so that you're able to see under the dashboard.

    • 3Locate the automotive flasher relay under the dashboard on the right-hand side. The flasher relay is about the same size as an ice cube. It will be held in place by one screw and will have a three-pronged wiring harness connected to it.
    • 4Remove the screw holding the flasher relay in place and slowly lower it from underneath the dashboard.
    • 5Hold the flasher relay in one hand, and with the other hand gently disconnect the wiring harness plug from the relay. Never separate the flasher relay by pulling the harness off by the wires, always hold the plastic harness plug itself.
    Install the New Flasher Relay
    • 6Inspect the new flasher relay to make sure it isn't damaged. Hold the new flasher relay and the old one side by side and compare them, ensuring that they are exactly the same.
    • 7Carefully plug the wiring harness connector into the new flasher relay. Make sure no other wires are intertwined as you raise the flasher and harness back into position under the dashboard.
    • 8Secure the flasher relay by returning its mounting screw.
    • 9Unwrap the negative battery cable's connector and reattach it to the car's battery terminal. Turn the power on or start your car and test out the new flasher relay to make sure it's working properly

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GMC Jimmy 2001 - Rear flashers doesn't work


I doubt the problem is the flasher.
On 1998 and newer models, there are four 10amp fuses between the rear lights and the multi-function switch. Of all of those fuses are good, I would say the problem is inside the switch.

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Were is the flasher for left rear light


There is one flasher that controls all 4 turn signals. If only one light is not flashing the flasher relay is not the problem. If the flasher relay is bad none of them will flash. Check the bulb. The Turn signal flasher relay is located front seating area. It is integral to the hazard switch located in the center of the instrument panel, just above the radio. Curtorsey: Auto Zone

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the emergency flasher relay is located at the left hand rear of the trunk.

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Replacement The turn signal flasher is located under the dash either to the left or right of the steering column on most models. The lower dash panel may have to be removed to gain access to the unit. The hazard flasher is located in the fuse block.On 1980 and later models, both the turn signal flasher and the hazard flasher are located at the lower left hand and the upper right hand corners of the fuse block respectively. Remove these by pulling them from their connectors.


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We have no blinkers or flahers on a 1997 ford taurus and the fuses are good


Ford Taurus/Sable 1996-1999 Repair Guide
Flashers - REPLACEMENT

Check your flashers:

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Fig. Fig. 1: Flasher assembly mounting
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Locate the flasher assembly under the driver's side of the instrument panel and remove the flasher retaining screw.
  3. Detach the flasher from the connector and remove the flasher from the vehicle.
To install:
  1. The installation is the reverse of the removal.
Other details can find in the Ford-Taurus Owners Manual (page 124 and next)

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FUZE BOX DIAGRAM FOR 1990 MERCURY TOPAZ


Replacement
  1. Access the fuse panel from the left of the steering column.
  2. Locate the blown fuse and pull out. DO NOT TWIST.
  3. Take note of the ampre number written on the top of the fuse. To install:
  4. Push a new fuse of the same ampre into the receptacle, making sure the contact is being made on both sides of the fuse.
LOCATIONS Headlights and Highbeam Indicator
  • One 18 amp circuit breaker (22 amp in 1987 vehicles) incorporated in the lighting switch.
Front and Rear Marker, Side Parking, Rear and License Lamps
  • One 15 amp circuit breaker incorporated in the lighting switch.
Windshield Wiper
  • One 4 1⁄2 amp circuit breaker located in the windshield wiper switch.
Power Windows
  • Two 20 amp circuit breakers located in the starter relay and the fuse block.
Power Seats and Power Door Locks
  • One 20 amp circuit breaker located in the fuse block.
Hazard Flasher REMOVAL & INSTALLATION NOTE: The hazard warning flasher is located on the rear side of the fuse panel.
  1. Locate the hazard flasher in the fuse panel.
  2. Pull the flasher out. DO NOT TWIST. To install:
  3. Push new flasher into place making sure a good contact is made with both terminals.
  4. Test flasher to make sure they function properly.
Various Relays LOCATION Cooling Fan Controller
  • Located behind the left side of the instrument panel.
Cooling Fan Controller Module
  • Located behind the right side of the instrument panel.
Cooling Fan Relay
  • Located in the air conditioning cooling fan control module.
Electronic Control Assembly
  • Located under the left side of the instrument panel.
Electronic Engine Control Power Relay
  • Located behind the glove box on the right side of the instrument panel.
Fuel Pump Relay
  • Located behind the glove box.
Horn Relay
  • Located in the fuse block.
Fig. 1: Main fuse box located on driver's side to the left of the steering wheel, above the brake pedal

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This is the best info I could find....I hope this helps ya!

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No brake lights of blinkers 1990 dodge dynasty


While not likely, it is possible that the light bulbs in both sides are have bad filaments. Turn on ignition key (but don't start engine). Then turn on parking lamps (first detent or "click" on headlamp switch). Walk around car and look for illumination on front parking lamps and rear tail lights. Turn on the right turn signal. Are those (right hand) lamps now changing brilliance? Try the left turn signal in the same manner. Are those (left hand) front and rear lights changing briiliance? Take note of any positions that did NOT change briliance when the turn signals were activated. If NONE changed briliance, you either have a bunch of bad bulbs (unlikely) or a bad flasher (more likely) or a bad turn signal switch (most likely) or perhaps wiring problems (possible if the car has been in a collision or has been "worked on" by some "non-expert" mechanic). Check the action of the emergency flasher control switch located on the steering column (facing up). Pushing it in (down) should result in the button going to two different heights alternately (low, high, low, high). You could just have bad flashers or corroded flasher contacts! Good luck!

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