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Old 11-09-2013, 02:06 PM   #1
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Turn signal/hazard

is there just one flasher or are they separate?

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Old 11-09-2013, 05:30 PM   #2
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Re: Turn signal/hazard

You need to start using Shoebox's site:

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Old 11-09-2013, 10:10 PM   #3
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i'm always on there, just didn't think too look.

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Re: Turn signal/hazard

Swapped flashers and still no turn signals. Just swapped my good switch into this column and still no turn signals. Fuse is good, all wires look good. Hazard lights work and all bulbs light up. What else is there that can keep the turn signals from working? Would a broken brake light switch cause this?

There is one plug under the dash that I can't plug into this column but I assuming its just for the stereo controls on the wheel.

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No reverse lights either

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There are some lighting schematics on my website that might help.

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Re: Turn signal/hazard

I see that the fuse is the link for both. Where does the fuse get power?

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Re: Turn signal/hazard

Does the ignition switch supply the power to the fuse?

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Anything that says "hot in run" is going to be powered through the ignition switch. It would be a simple thing to see if you have power at the fuse.
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Sorry that i am a noob,

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Got it. One of the prongs in the ignition switch was bent. Thanks for the help

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