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My turn signals, both on the dash and the actual lights are not working, hazards either, i checked fuses and thats not the problem any suggestions?

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  • laurenaureli Nov 17, 2009

    so what if i dont know how do this... do i take ot to go get diagnosed?

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All the power goes to the turn switch (multifunction Switch). You will have to disassemble the steering cover and check for the proper voltages while testing. Also before you do any of this try wiggling the lever up and down and back and forth. It may start to work which could indicate the assembly as being bad. This is a common problem. Also you have a signal flasher in or around the fuse box. This also could be bad. They are usually silver in color. If the system was working correctly you would feel the flasher click while blinkers were activated

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

  • Ernset ( Skip ) Bouvette

    Just about any repair shop can fix this. The dealer will cost the most so choose wisely my dear

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