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Right side hazard lights and turn signal on JD 9500 combine do not work.

Right side hazard lights and turn signal do not work.

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Where is the emergency flasher relay located on 2013 Rogue?


Here is what the service manual says. Looks like it is not a flasher relay but a function of the body control module.

TURN SIGNAL AND HAZARD WARNING LAMP SYSTEMSystem Description OUTLINE Turn signal lamp and the hazard warning lamp is controlled by combination switch reading function and the flasher control function of BCM.
TURN SIGNAL LAMP OPERATION - BCM detects the combination switch condition by the combination switch reading function. - BCM supplies voltage to the right (left) turn signal lamp circuit when the ignition switch is turned ON and the turn signal switch is in the right (left) position. BCM blinks the turn signal lamp.
HAZARD WARNING LAMP OPERATION BCM supplies voltage to both turn signal lamp circuit when the hazard switch is turned ON. BCM blinks the hazard warning lamp.
TURN SIGNAL INDICATOR LAMP AND TURN SIGNAL SOUND OPERATION - BCM transmits the turn indicator signal to the combination meter with CAN communication while the turn signal lamp and the hazard warning lamp are operating. - Combination meter outputs the turn signal sound with the integrated buzzer while blinking the turn signal indicator lamp according to the turn indicator signal.
HIGH FLASHER OPERATION (FAIL-SAFE) - BCM detects the turn signal lamp circuit status by the terminal current value. - BCM increases the turn signal lamp blinking speed if the bulb or harness open is detected with the turn signal lamp operating. NOTE: The blinking speed is normal while operating the hazard warning lamp.

Oct 13, 2014 | 2013 Nissan Rogue

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I have a 1987 chevy deluxe r10 dont have any turn signal I have head light brake lights park light an hazard lights but no right turn signal nor left turn signal I have check all fuses and put a new signal...


I think you might have a separate flasher for the turn signals under the dash. The turn and hazard flasher would look alike. Turn you hazards on and find the flasher for it under the dash. You will probably be able to feel it working and hear it clicking. The other flasher under the dash is for the turn signals. Try replacing that one. I think it was in later years they began to combine the two into a single composite flasher.

Mar 01, 2013 | Chevrolet Cars & Trucks

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Rear lights not working on 2002 suzuki grand vitara


In the underdash fuse/relay box, the 15A TAIL fuse feeds power to the coil of headlight relay 2. When the combination switch is set to TAIL, the relay closes and the outer tail lamps light. In the same underdash fuse/relay box, the 20A STOP fuse feeds power to the brake light switch. When the brake pedal is pressed, the inner brake lamps light. The underdash fuse/relay box also contains the 10A TURN BACK fuse which feeds power to the hazard switch and the turn signal relay. Relay output is fed to the combination switch and turn signal power is applied to the selected middle tail light. The fourth fuse in the underdash fuse/relay box is the 15A HAZARD fuse which feeds power to the hazard switch and turn signal relay. When the hazard switch is set, the turn lamps on both sides begin flashing.

Sep 18, 2012 | 2002 Suzuki Grand Vitara

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How can I fix the back lights on my 2002 jeep grand cheroke Laredo.


I assume "back lights" refers to the rear lamps and that "light fixture" refers to the entire right rear lamp assembly. There is a combination flasher in the junction block that controls flashing of the turn signals and the hazard function. The multi-function switch (on steering column?)selects left and right turn signals and the hazard operation. If the left side tail/stop lamp and turn lamp are OK, compare the lamp installation on the left rear with the lamp installation on your new right rear lamp assembly. If all checks out, turn on the park lamps and check the BLK/YEL wire for 12 volts to the tail light filament of the combination lamp. Next, turn the ignition switch on but do not start. Set the turn signal switch (MFS) for a right turn. Check the BRN/RED wire for 12 volts to flash the separate turn lamp. Finally, have someone step on the foot brake and check the WHT/TAN wire for 12 volts to the stop light filament of the combination lamp. If any voltage is missing, the trouble may be in the combination switch, the multi-function switch, or due to a missing ground connection (BLK wire) to the right rear lamp assembly.

Sep 09, 2012 | Jeep 2002 Grand Cherokee LAREDO

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Left turn signal lights are not working


In my case the left front turn indicator lamp worked, but not the left rear indicator, although all the lamps would turn on with running lights activated, as well as the backup light and 'night-light' mode. The left rear turn indicator would not work with the hazard lights activated. I tested the combination switch (this is the left/right turn indicator switch you use when driving to indicate which direction you are going and is mounted/located on the steering column) and it tested O.K.. I had good continuity from the combination switch black wire, and resistance on the blue-white wire from there to the left rear turn indicator lamp, as well as good continuity on all wires going out from the left parking light fuse. Since the Haynes manual indicated that the flasher module was probably good if it made the tell-tale clicking sound, I was feeling perplexed. So I took it into a local shop that specialized in auto electrics and it turned out to be the flasher module. I was under the impression that it operated in a straight-forward left-right manner, but apparently it has a different circuit for each turn indicator lamp. So even if it is making the appropriate clicking sound when the combo switch is flipped, it could still be the flasher module. Obviously the manual leaves a bit to be desired in the troubleshooting of malfunctioning turn indicators.

Sep 07, 2012 | 1998 Dodge Caravan

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Where is the turn signal relay located


Hi Bernard:
The FLASHER is located under the driver dash it is a round fuse (it's located adjecent to the fuse block, and it's square, yellow in color).

Also, I suggtes to check for power at the junction box under the dash at terminals 1 and 6 with the combination flasher removed. Then check with a powered test lamp if test lamp lights pin 7 when signaling left and pin 8 when signaling to the right.

If the test results are correct, replace the Combination Flasher/DRL (Daytime Running Lights) module.

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Gain access to the multifunction switch connector. Locate the Light Blue/Yellow wire and ground it. This should activate the right side turn signals. Locate the Light Blue/White wire and ground it. This should activate the left side turn signals. If both sides do work, the problem is in the multifunction switch. Verify the Black wire in the same connector is grounded at all times. If so, replace the multifunction switch.

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Here is some reading on how the system works.

ELECTRONIC DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHT (DRL)
The Combination Flasher/DRL is a module providing turn signal, hazard warning, and daytime running light functions (for Canadian vehicles), and has been designed with internal relays to take advantage of low current switching requirements in the vehicle. It is plugged into the junction block at positions three and four, where all wiring associated with its operation is terminated. The junction block is adjacent to and left of the steering column of the vehicle.

On vehicles built for use in the United States, only position four is used. Vehicles built for use in Canada utilize both positions three and four.

To gain access to the device, remove the lower steering column cover and knee blocker.

The combination-flasher/DRL may be operated in its hazard warning mode either with or without the ignition circuit being active. However, in order to operate in the turn signal mode or the DRL mode, the ignition circuit must be completed to the module.

While the combination-flasher portion is idle, there is no current drawn through the module. The device does not become active in the turn signal or hazard warning modes until a signal ground circuit is supplied to either of the turn signal inputs or the hazard warning input. With the ignition OFF, there is no current drawn through the module.

While the ignition is ON, the front turn signal filaments are illuminated steadily thus providing the DRL function. The DRL function may be inhibited by applying a signal ground input from either the park brake circuit or the headlamp relay activation circuit.

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Dec 20, 2011 | 2000 Chrysler Town & Country

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89 jeep cherokee blinkers and hazards not working


For 1989 Jeep Cherokee the Flasher is located:
* Front seating area, driver side, under dash, above kick panel, mounted in bottom of convenience panel for Hazard flasher
* Front seating area, driver side, under dash, above kick panel, mounted in top of convenience panel for Turn signal

Hope helps.

Apr 27, 2011 | 1989 Jeep Cherokee

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JD 6310-several electrical problems- hydraulic pressure warning light flashes intermitantly with blue caution light, hazard light fuse keeps blowing, and the entire dash will sometimes go dead then...


I may be able to help.If you can tell me what codes the tractor has stored that would be a good place to start.You can get the codes by putting a fuse in the "cal" position of the front bottom half of the fuse box,then use the signal light switch right turn signal to get to each controller.When you get to the controller you want(bcu,hcu,rcu,bif) pull back on the signal light switch(flash to pass) and the signal right one more time.Next you need to momentarily turn on then off the hazard lights.Now record the codes in each of the controllers and send them to me and we will go from there.Let me know if you can,t get this to work.

Aug 18, 2010 | John Deere 6300,6300l,6400,6400l Tractor...

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No signal lights at all and no emergency flashers


you need to check the "combination turn signal/hazard flasher/daytime running lights module"
it is located in the junction block,the junction block is adjacent to and left of the steering column,you need to remove the lower dash panel below the steering column,then remove the steel knee brace.

Dec 31, 2009 | 1996 Plymouth Voyager

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