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U mite need a flasher,,,ck fuses??

Posted on May 15, 2010

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    On that particular model, as with many others, if you have one bad bulb it terminates the electrical current and either causes all blinkers to not work at all, stay on without blinking or blink really fast. If it does any of those three, you need a new bulb somewhere. The way to tell if your flasher or fuse is bad, is to turn your turn signal on either left or right and check if the indicator light on the dash is working. That's typically the green lighted arrow that blinks on the dash showing you that your blinker is on. If that isn't working, you have a bad fuse or flasher one. If you are doing it yourself, it is cheaper to check and replace any bulbs that look questionable.
    There are a few other possible causes to this, but for the do it yourselfers, this is the remedy to problem 90% of the time. If you do what I suggest and are still struggling, you might have a bad switch itself. The switch is a component inside the steering column that the actual stick-like lever attaches to. This is generally the problem the other 10% of the time.
    Good luck and if all else fails, do the arm signalling deal. lol

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