Question about 1996 Volkswagen Jetta
I recently left the car inactive over the winter, when I came back to it I had a dead battery. Jumping wouldn't fix it, the battery was apparently really dead. So I replaced the battery. However now the turn signals and hazard lights are not working. The hazard switch on the center of the steering column will light up but the lights will not flash. Same with the signals, they won't go either.
I checked the fuses and my flasher fuse was burned out, so I replaced it. While idling I get a nasty buzzing noise from the turn signal lever so I pulled it out.
Is it the turn signal relay that is dead? Or something worse?
Colin and Chris are correct, check the flasher relay that is located under the dashboard at the driver side. Will need to remove the cover, then unlatch the two tabs on each side that hold the fuse panel in place and you can lower it down enough to where you can remove the relay.
Posted on Jul 06, 2015
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
Check flasher unit under dash
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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