Question about 1997 Infiniti.5 J30
I have turn signals that do NOT work. I have replaced the flasher fuse/checked ALL fuses*(including the ones under the hood) *& I have also checked all bulbs. The switch/button on dash for the 4 way flashers has been damaged *( so I unplugged it) by previous owner when removing dash to take out stereo.
I was told by someone that I should replace this switch as the car needs to make a ''complete connection'' in order for these to work. I don't buy it. Could this be correct? Sounds like alot of malarky' to me. Why would this have to be engaged for them to work?
I have done all of that it's still not working
Posted on Nov 25, 2014
You might try replacing the actual flasher unit/relays themselves, just in case. Check all the bulbs, but if that ends up okay, it may be worth a shot to fix that buggared switch. Some manufacturors do run the signals through the flashers, I believe.
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