Need to replace the turn signal switch. it is under the steering wheel inside the column. remove the wheel...take the screws out....pull the wires up through the column...install the new switch in reverse order. tying a string or wire to the connector at the bottom of the column...when you pull the wires up through it...you can tie the string/wire to the connector on the new switch and pull it down through the column.....you can also hook the new switch up before removing the old switch to make sure thats your prob, but it should be
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the brake is a simple switch
the parks are a relay, same is a switch. and both should work.
the blinkers are another matter.
some turn flashers (haz) work but others not
the ones that have a relay inside work
others are very sensitive to the current flow, will with LED every time.
the solution to that is buy LED rated flasher from the many aftermarket sources.
there are, PARK, FLASH , Hazards, TURN and REVERSE
WHAT WORKS and what don't???
park = tail= running (a.k.a.)
NO PROBLEM TURN ON THE RIGHT BLINKER THEN WALK AROUND THE CAR MAKE SURE FRONT AND REAR BULBS ARE FLASHING... IF YOU HAVE A BULB OUT YOU WILL NOT OFFER ENOUGH OF A LOAD TO THE FLASHER... WILL CAUSE IT TO FLASH FAST... IF OK THEN MAKE SURE THE PROPER BULB NUMBER ON BULBS AND MAKE SURE CORRECT BULBS USED IN VEHICLE.... IF OK CHANGE FLASHER
check and test the socket ( pig tail ) that the lite plus int for power when the flasher is on. If there is power to it try a different bulb, if there is no power then you will need to trace the wiring circuit back towards the fuse box testing for power at all junctions. Good luck, and remember to rate all solutions you get. Thanx