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Where do i find the fuse for the flash and directional signals?

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Under or on the side of the dash board...if not there check under the hood

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What fuse handles the directional signal lights


Hi, I don't directly know which fuse handles the directional signals but I do know that the cover to the fuse compartment, or the fuse buss (thing that the fuses are inserted into) will be labeled. The wording should be stated as "turn signals" Hope this helps,
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first never plug back in to that trailer, it may have bad wiring, the next thing to do is to check the front and rear bulbs, they may have blown,if it was a fuse the signal inside would not blink,so this tells me you may have blown the bulbs,and also this trailer is unhooked from the van and lights still dont work?. good luck.

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If your turn signal lights are flashing erratically and they sometimes get stuck in the on position when used, this will confirm a flasher malfunction. Now, if the turn signal bulbs don't work or flash when you initiate the flashing sequence, via the switch, this will confirm switch or bulbs failure.

Ii recommend inspecting the bulbs for bad filament or rods. if the bulbs have black or gray smudges on the front part of the glass, you will need to replace the turn signal bulbs in this case.

if the bulbs check out fine, this will point directly to the switch. Just to be sure, do an inspection on the turn signal bulb wiring harness as well. inspect thoroughly for worn or ripped wires.

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Hi, i recommend testing the switch and flasher module. i will post the testing procedures for both devices. replace the device that is faulty.

To test turn signal switches, use a 12-volt test light to probe for voltage into and out of the switch. The ignition switch must be in the RUN position for the circuit to operate. If voltage is present on the input side of the switch but not on the output side, the switch is faulty.

FLASHER TEST PROCEDURE---
  • A test light can be used to determine which flasher is used for the turn signals and which is used for the hazard warning light.
  • An easier way is to turn on both the directionals and the hazards. This activates both flasher units.
  • By removing one of the flashers, the affected circuit no longer flashes.
  • Therefore, that flash unit controls that particular circuit.
  • If the turn signals fail to operate and the fuse is good, the flasher has probably failed.
  • Occasionally, the flasher does not flash as fast as it once did, or it flashes faster. This is also cause for replacement.
  • If it flashes too slowly or not at all, check for a burned-out bulb first.
the flasher is located in the Front seating area, driver side, driver side of steering column, mounted in corner behind instrument panel

If the turn signals operate properly in one direction but do not flash in the other, the problem is not in the flasher unit. A burned-out lamp filament will not cause enough current to flow to heat the bimetallic strip sufficiently to cause it to open. Thus the lights do not flash. Locate the faulty bulb and replace it.

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The flasher is the round most likely yellow but could be silver mounted in fuse panel. The hazard flasher is located on back side of fuse panel directly behind it.You can remove it and insert it in place of the turn signal flasher to see if it is bad.

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Check your fuses the turn signal fuse could be blown.

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check your flasher and replace it's only about $5.00 it's in with your fuse box the bigger (usually) silver round object

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When I switch the left direction singal, a loud noise came out and no light and no flash for the front and the rear singal on the left side. Right side is ok.


Sounds like a blown turn signal bulb. Park the car with the engine running and the left signal activated, and see if either of the bulbs are flashing. If only one of them is, then change the other. If neither is flashing, you may have a blown fuse. If that isn't it, I'd suspect that the switch itself, inside the column, is bad.

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