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87 Jeep Comanche, turn signal issues

87 Jeep Comanche, turn signal lights up brightly, but won't pulse. Hazard lights, however, seem to work correctly.

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You will find that there are two flasher units on the fuse panel. Turn on the four ways to identify which flasher serves that circuit. Then, move the flasher to the other position (where the signal flasher is) Your directionals should then work. You then can buy another flasher and install it when you have a chance, putting it in the 4 way position. The 4 ways get used so infrequently, you always have a reliable spare signal flasher there!

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This is one FLASHER fault; ?m referring to the blinker "flasher fuse", it is the bottom round fuse under the dash in the fuse block.

REPLACEMENTThe turn signal flasher and hazard units are usually located located under the dash either to the left or right of the steering column on most models.
  1. Remove the turn signal flasher unit or hazard unit by pulling them up from the electrical connection.
  2. To install, push the unit(s) into the electrical connector

Good luck (remember comment and rated this).

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