Question about 2000 Volvo S40
This is an EASY EASY FIX....... But you are not going to believe me but when you do what I say, you will find it will fix it......
Replace the working (DEFECTIVE) Hazard switch. and here is the reason why....
The Turn signals work through the Hazard switch, the switch acts as a RELAY / OVER RIDE. The hazard works as an Override so if the Blinkers are operating correctly and then you activate the Hazards, the blinkers no longer work and the Hazards have a Higher Priority and they work. If the Turn Signal part of the Switch is not working, the hazards still can work.
How do I know this? Happened to my 2000 S40 also...
Enjoy and have a great day
Posted on May 26, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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