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My blinkers dont work in my 89 ford thunderbird

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  • manda p May 11, 2010

    were do i find the flasher fuse in my car my blinkers dont work right ive looked every were

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Are the signal indicators inside the car blinking really fast when you try to signal? If they do you've got bulbs that are out.

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Dash and blinkers for 1989 Ford Thunderbird


The dash lights should work in any position. If you mean the warning lights, that and the turn signals go thru the key switch, so that could be a problem with that switch.

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My blinkers are not working.I replaced fuses and flasher.My hazard lights work but my blinkers still dont.What else could I check.


are you sure you replaced the signal flasher and not the hazard flasher as they look the same.put the hazards on and check to see if it was the one you replaced.if it is then you need to located the signal flasher and replace it.if you still have the old one you replaced you can use it.

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is the lever that reaches into the steering column loose or "floppy" feeling? if so it could be a broken turn signal cam. a circular device inside the column beneath the steering wheel

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My digital console went out on my 89 Ford Thunderbird but I can still see it in the day time. The other day my blinkers stopped working completly as well. So what should I do as far as fixing my blinker...


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I actually have the complete wiring diagrams for 1989 Fird Thunderbird. What specifically do you need.

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see drawing...right side of steering wheel behind dashboard...

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