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Turnsignals and flasher do not work

I have my steering column apart and trying to locate relays for turn signal. checked fuses and they look alright.a friend told me it could be a relay in the column. i have a 2004 chrysler sebring lx. any help would be appreciated thanks. rvitul420

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  • rvitul420 Jun 13, 2008

    bulbs are fine.i'm hoping it's a defective hazard flasher any hint onwhere it's location on the steering column

  • rvitul420 Jun 13, 2008

    i'm hoping it's the switch or a defective flasher.any hints on where to locate on steering column.thanks

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I'm assuming that you checked the bulbs first?

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I will help u in a movement.

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    hemant somaiya Jun 13, 2008

    your friend was not absolutely wrong.what happened next for your friends suggesion

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    hemant somaiya Jun 13, 2008

    we are left with only the possibility that there is a short in one of the two connections between the turn signal/hazard warning switch and the combination flasher unit. (Or the flasher could be defective by overdrawing the fuse when it tries to power both sides). The circuit diagrams picture this as an internal connection (no wires/plugs) . Those are the only things I can see that would allow the turn signals to function normally, but the hazards to blow the fuse. The turn signal/hazard uses the same outgoing harnesses to the bulbs, so it has to be a short in the multifunction switch or a defective hazard flasher.

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    hemant somaiya Jun 13, 2008

    rate this solution as fixya this will definately help u

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