Blown fuse, bad bulbs, defective Flasher Relay, bad wiring, or defective turn signal switch.
usually this is caused by a burnt out bulb, or one that is about to go
my turn signals do not work in my 1992 Pontiac Firebird
Yes it had turn signals.
My turn signals are not working on my 92 buick regal.
check the recalls there is something in there about tail light and signals
yes and no
The emergency flashers for the 1997 Mercury Cougar are on top of the steering column behind the wheel.
If you replaced the flasher on your 1999 Mercury Cougar and your turn signals are still not working, you should check the turn signal fuse. This fuse is located under the dashboard on the driver's side of the vehicle to the left of the steering column.
when we turn the key nothing happens someone suggested the starter relay. where is the starter relay or what is it?
it is located on top of your steering wheel column
my radio and cb along with my turn signals do not work on my 1992 ultra classic, where is the fuse/s.
if the starter is good , then its possible. do you know how to do it?
may have a bad signal switch,or may be a blown fuse
Either your turn signal bulbs are out or the wiring leading to your turn signals is not properly connected. Most likely your bulbs are out which will only cost a few bucks.
A burnt out signal bulb, a faulty blinker relay, a faulty blinker switch, a loose connection or a broken wire are all things that can cause the turn signals not to operate properly.
check all your bulbs and fuses
No, they do not have traditional turn signals but have flashing lights.
Replace the turn signal flasher. I think on that model it is under the dash on or near the column.
it is either you have a shor in your wiring or you have a loose connectoin or you need a new relay
You probably have a burned out bulb. The turn signals both use the same flasher.
No, but the turn signal relay has a direct effect on the turn signals.
Yes, turn signals are required on motorcycles. If you have no signals, you must use hand signals or risk getting a ticket.
If this is the case, try disconnecting the ac compressor. If not that, it could be in the 'master switch' (turn signal lever unit). Does anything else go out along with the turn signals? Does it only happen when you turn on the heater or ac?