I had the same problem with my shadow. I had both tail light sockets and back up light sockets that were faulty due to a bad ground. I use a jumper wire and ran it to the grounding part of the socket to a good ground. When it fixed it I took the ground wire from the socket and soldered it to the side of the socket and it worked fine. The type of socket that this was used a 1157 or similar bulb
The fuel sending unit is sticking, or the wiring to the gauge is loose. These are the two most common causes of an erratic gauge.
Did U checked the turn ligths flasher, switch and wiring?
if your right turn signal does not work then it could be the switch if not then it could be a wiring fault! Could also be turn signal flasher or switch in steering column as stated above
As such the hazards are limited to accidental electric shocks and fires
On the 1979 B200 Sportsman V8 if the brake pedal makes all signal lights come on and hazards and flashers do not work on their own, it could be the flasher, but the culprit could also be a burned out bulb or a short in the wiring.
the flasher unit is either in fuse box, or is in wiring under dash
I don't know of a flasher TERMINAL. There is a turn signal flasher in the wiring under the dash next to the steering column and an emargency flasher that sometimes is in the fuse panel.
Remove the flasher retaining bolts from the headlight assembly bracket. Remove the wiring harness. Reverse the process to install the new flasher.
in the wiring harness
Try replacing the flasher. Inexpensive and quick/easy to do. If the turn signals will light up and only stay on, it's definitely the flasher, if not then the problem lies somewhere in the wiring, or the turn signal lever itself.
you would need to check for voltage past the flasher unit and before the flasher make sure the problem is not the switch, or the wiring after the flasher.
exactly where is the flasher relay
Advance Auto carries an electronic flasher, EP34, that can be made to work. Cut 3 identical lengths of 18 gauge wire. Strip the ends of the wires, one quarter inch, and on one end put a male spade type connector and on the other end a female connector. Noting the wiring position on the flasher, connect the wires individually to the flasher and the car wiring. Secure the wiring with tape.
Its been a long time but the flasher hangs in the wiring harness under the dash to the left of the steering column
possibly a bad ground check your wiring
might have a short in the wiring to the light socket!! same happen to me...
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The flasher is located under the dash to the right of steering wheel. It is in a wiring harness located under the air conditioning vent. You have to remove a cover to get to the flasher. Need small hands!
The 4 way flasher unit is located in the fuse block, not to be confused with the blinker flasher hooked into the wiring under the dash. The unit is like a silver round barrel. Should be no problem
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fuse or blub is out or blown, or wiring is bad, or the relay is bad.
You have a short in the wiring or at one of the bulb assemblies.
It won't be easy to change this flasher on your Lexus GS 460. You will have to get something to lie on, as the wiring is located under headlight. You will want a wiring chart before you begin. From there, it is easy to plug in the new bulb by twisting them out and twisting the new one back in.
flasher unit is under the dash in the wiring loom. u about need to lie on your back and look up past the steering column to find it
the turn signal flasher and the hazard flasher are located in a small canister shaped unit located in the wiring harness under the dash near the steering column. in all Isuzu trucks from 81'-93'