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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the signals come on, but don't flash, check & or replace your flasher, or swap it with hazard flasher if it's the same to confirm flasher is the problem. Hazard & blinkers are on serarate flashers.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
You did not say if its one turn signal or all turn signals that dont work. It could be a bulb.One bad bulb will cause the others not to work , normally one side of the car.Mostly left and right sides of the car is on a different circuits.
If it is all of them not working , it could be the switch in ur steering colum thats bad.Its the switch that the handle u move to turn the turn signals on and off.You would normallytake off the steering wheel to fix that switch.But its a bigger jpb , a pain.So make sure its not a bulb or a fuse first and make sure ur useing the right amp fuse.If its not that.Then id check the conection where the bulb screws into the socket.There can be corrosion there and that can cause a bad conection.Besides a bad bulb thats always been the number one reason my turn signals have not worked.You just have to keep eliminating the possibilities. Keep checking.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
The crankshaft sensor went bad. I Was'nt getting any fire from the coil pack. Tried switching coils and still nothing, tried switching ignition modual, nothing. I checked to make sure it was in time and it was. Nothing left to check so I changed the crank sensor and it firerd right up! Thanks.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
A piece of advice. If you have never worked inside the steering column...don't start now. The are a hundred little parts and gadgets in there that you will probably never get back in there. Take it to a mechanic and let them do it. They have the special tools to do it and it doesn't take them long.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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