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Fusefor indicators 2008 captiva


Your problem is not a fuse if just the right front isn't working , same for all indicators .
Turn Signal Lamps
The TURN fuse in the fuse block - I/P provides ignition positive voltage to the turn signal relay. The turn signal lamps may only be activated with the ignition switch in the ON position. When the turn signal switch is placed in either the left or right position, current flow is from the turn signal relay output to the turn signal switch assembly. The turn signal relay sends an ON-OFF voltage signal to either the left or right turn signals and their instrument panel cluster (IPC) indicator through the turn signal switch.

an it's not a bad relay , if there is no B+ voltage at the lamp you have an open circuit . You would need a wiring diagram to test circuit from turn lamp back to source voltage to find open . free wiring diagrams at www.bbbind.com . video on youtube testing voltage drop Mastering Voltage Drop Testing with Pete Meier and Jerry Truglia

Oct 02, 2016 | Chevrolet Captiva Cars & Trucks

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Where is the headlight relay switch located on a 1999 oldsmobile intrigue


Looking at my Olds Intrigue 1998 Service Manual (Volume 1 of 3), I believe Oldsmobile calls what you describe as either the "Headlamp Switch Turn Signal Lever" (part #1 on the exploded view), or the "Headlamp and Turn Signal Switch" (part #2 on the exploded diagram on page 8-53 of the first volume of the Service Manual). I had to order a "turn signal switch" to get my horn to work from the steering wheel (it worked from the remote), and I'm thinking that your part is also part of the "turn signal switch."

It's on top of the steering column (under the shroud-like plastic), right behind the steering wheel from where you sit in the car. It takes a mechanic about 1.5 hours to replace it and it's tough for you to do if you don't own the right tools and know how to get to it. (I never got it figured out.)

If the white printing on the turn signal lever is a bit worn, it's a good clue that what it controls has had wear, and you may need to replace it soon anyway.. You also might check with the store you are getting the part from to make sure.

Best wishes!

Feb 25, 2015 | 1999 Oldsmobile Intrigue

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2000 Chevy Cavalier brake lights


Yes, if your turn signals in the back use the same filaments as the brakes, the multi-switch must allow the brake signal through when the turn signals are not activated. There are multiple diagrams for your system, so I'm not sure what you have. If you have the light blue wire that goes from the brake switch ul the column to the turn switch, make sure it is getting power when the pedal is pressed. It should go thru the switch as shown in the second diagram below.

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I have a 92 chevy s10 and my front passenger turn signal has went out and soon after my rear driver side turn signal and running light has went out. I have tried swapping the bulbs that work to the ones...


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This is for turn signals. Get at the turn signal switch. See the purple wire, L terminal on top of turn signal switch in diagram, that should go hot with key on, use jumper wire from that terminal to one of the wires on bottom of turn signal switch in diagram, those are, front/rear, left/right turn signals. If the turns signals work properly with the jumper, but, other wise don't, the problem should be the turn signal switch. If it still doesn't work properly, you would have to check wiring circuits.
Sometimes a faulty ground can cause weird problems. Sometimes the bulb doesn't make good contact in the bulb socket? Try putting a little pressure on the bulb in the bulb socket, see if it starts working?

Jul 31, 2017 | 1992 Chevrolet S-10

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How can i get a wire diagram for a 2000 ford expedition 4 wheel drive turn signal switch?


Hello greeneyeblue,

Below is a diagram of the turn signal switch. I hope this helps.

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Regards,
netvan

May 05, 2011 | 2000 Ford Expedition

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No brake lights. Problem is between brake light switch and turn signal cancel switch. Turn signals work fine. It shorts to some kind of ground and blows fuse. How is this possible? Any ideas? How about a...


Hi, diagrams are pasted below. I recommend you pull the signal switch out and troubleshoot the connector there. Please let me know if you have questions, and thanks for using FixYa.

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Jan 30, 2011 | 1996 GMC Sonoma

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My left turn signal no longer works on my '00 T&C. Hazards, brakes and right turn signal works. I've replaced both lights in front and back, replace turn signal switch and check fuses'. What else can I...


SOUND LIKE WIRE PROBLEM.YOU NEED A WIRE DIAGRAM TO CHECK THE TURN SIGNAL SWITCH WIRING DONT PLUG A WIRE IF YOU DONT KNOW WHERE IT GOES COULD CAUSE ELECTRICAL BLOW OUT.TRY TO GO ON LINE LOOK FOR AUTODATA DIY COM LOOK FOR ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM.

Nov 18, 2010 | 2000 Chrysler Town & Country

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S430 turn signal relay location?


It is the combination switch on the end of the turn signal stalk see diagram for E-Class same switch
it is S4 in diagram
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Jul 20, 2009 | 2002 Mercedes-Benz C-Class

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