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Turn signal problems

I've got an 01-02 beetle 1.9tdi with turn signal issues. The problem is none of them work. I checked all of the fuses, and I have power getting to the hazard relay/switch but not out of it. When I activate the turn signal switch, I can hear the relay click once but nothing else(no lights,etc). Before I rule it a bad relay, could it also be a bad body ground. Thank you for your help in advance.

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Replace the hazard switch it controls the turnsignals

Posted on Sep 05, 2008

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If it's clicking it's bad so replace relay should help u out

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