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if its the front indicators then have a look in the front headlight as the wires will feed up into the light and connect etc. if it is the rear then remove the rear cluster via the bolts undre the fender and follow the wires looking for a break or a short. also the fuse box is under the seat have a look ast the fuses. hope this helps. colin g
In a Lumina if the brake lights quit working but the upper one in the rear window still works or your tun signals flash weakly or a different speeds the turn signal switch needs replaced. I will cure the problem. Not to hard a job, but does require removing the steering wheel and air bag assembly.
Brian, What you can do is make a ground by attaching one end of a wire to the inside of the frame where the turn signal stem mounts. ( The nut will hold it there) The other end of the wire can then be plugged into the ground system. This will complete the circuit by grounding the housing. You can find the connectors you need at just about any auto parts store, or hardware store. Hope this helps. If you need more help with this, just let me know.
Try checking for voltage with the emergency flashers on. If you still don't get anything, locate the wire for that circuit where it comes out the the turn signal switch assembly.If you do not get voltage there the turn signal switch is probably bad. If you do get voltage you have an open in that circuit.