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2002 Workhorse chassis RV hazard flasher doesn't work

Hazard flasher bad on initial delivery. Entire turnsignal/hazard flasher switch replaced in first year. Intermittent since and quit in last year. Uses 552 bi-metal unit.

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  • ladyjean Aug 15, 2008

    Go to www.workhorse.com and you will find dealers/service centers. -LadyJean

  • ladyjean Aug 31, 2008

    8-31-08 Have found that problem is in the actual top of column switch (on-off). Somehow we have now gotten two bad switch in 5 years! Anyone else have same problem?? ladyjean

  • Anonymous May 04, 2009

    2001 workhorse chassis has no main brake lights and the cruise control stopped working at the same time. The cruise would quit on rough roads and all brake lights worked. The thing is the (HMSL) high mount stop lamp works now but none of the others, the bulbs and fuses are good. my thought is the multi-function turn signal switch is bad, but the cruise problem should not be affected by that switch, since cruise switch and wipers are on the end of the turn signal lever. My flashers and turn signals are working.  

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    no turnsignals but wipers still work and replaced flasher and nothing

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    I have checked the fuse-good, there is power to the flasher and the flasher is good. I don't know what else to check.

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