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Re: left turn signal
All the turn signals are on the same fuse I recommend you check the bulb, the socket make sure there is no corrosion and make sure the ground wire is good to test this make a temporrary ground wire and see if it works if you find this information helpful please give me a good rating and if you need any additional help please contact me
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Hi, it sounds like bad wiring like you say, you're gonna have to get rid of all the add on stuff, cause the way I see it, it might requiere a higher capacity fuse, the down side is you leave your computer more expose to electric damage and/or a short circuit leading to a fire (dangerous). Best solution is... get rid of all that stuff and if you feel it's best, re-wire.
None, check your light bulb socket and voltage if you have a 12v probe. Turn your 4 ways on and see what's flashing. Probes are cheap and a great thing to have. Probe the socket and see if you have power. You don't say if it's the front or rear, that would help. Also it could be your turn signal switch or light sockets.
it could be one of the fuses in the under the hood fuse boxes, if not check the inside fuse panel and the flasher relay located under the dashboard panel driver side, refer to owners manual/ repair manual for exact location if you have difficulty locating it yourself
The fuse panel is located to the left of the
steering column, and is hung from the instrument panel. To expose the
fuse panel, pull the release bar up with right hand and pull panel down with left hand and remove cover.
Replace the blown fuse with the same amp number listed on the old one.
Front and rear turn signals use slot 1 with a 15 amp fuse.