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Why do my hazard lichts keep flashing when car is locked
If you will notice the hazard lights are not actually flashing, reason being, the hazard flasher relay is defective. Replace it.
After replacing the burned out turn signal bulb, turn on the hazard flasher and then turn off the hazard flasher. This will reset the flashing on the turn signal from super fast to standard flashing.
Did you buy it used and had it been in an accident?
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Hi, Is your blinker actually flashing on and off? If not it may be your hazard switch. I had to replace mine.
Prominently displayed on the dashboard - it is marked by a TRIANGLE. Push in to activate - push again to deactivate.
check the interior switch for where.
change the relay. it works. cost was $80. part+service
Have you ever stepped on the brake when the flashers are flashing and see how they stop flashing? So yes the circuit does go thru the flasher, so replace that and see.
means nothing Wrong! It means caution. Something requires extra attention. At an intersection, a flashing circular yellow means to take extra caution, and watch for traffic on the cross road (which has a flashing red light). A flashing red light is the same as a stop sign. A flashing yellow arrow means you ma turn in the direction of the arrow, but you must yield to conflicting traffic. If the flashing yellow light is not at an intersection, it either calls attention to a road hazard on an accompanying sign, or indicates that a special regulation indicated on the sign is in effect (School speed limit 20 when flashing).
Your owner's manual will list possible problems that such a signal can indicate. In addition be sure you did not accidentally turn the hazard lights on.
More than likely this is caused by the relays. They are both the same relays and anywhere carries them.
If this occurs under heavy braking (i.e. ABS has kicked in), then the hazard lights will start flashing. They will turn themselves off after a few seconds of normal driving. If it occurs whilst generally driving along, it could be a bad connection in the hazard light switch, or something more technical inside the car itself.
never mind, i fixed it. it was just a bad hazard switch.
It is a government required safety device. The flashing lights are supposed to warn other vehicles that a passenger is about to exit the vehicle.
It contains two relays, one for hazard lights and the other for turn signals. The one for the turn signals is defective and must be replaced.
I don't know precisely about the Sedona, but generally the button on top of the steering column activates the flashing hazard lights.
animal hazard=sharp instrument hazard==heat hazard==glasses hazard==chemical hazard==electrical hazard==eye and face hazard==fire hazard==biohazard==laser radiation hazard==radioactive hazard==explosive hazard=
Theres a bad earth due to corrosion.
the indicator unit is stuffed
physical hazard,mechanical hazard,chemical hazard,electric shock hazard,crt monitor high voltage hazard.
Materials that have an explosive hazard are in Hazard Class 1.
unless I'm wrong anything blue flashing is illegal on the car especially driving, i made mine blueish white and haven't gotten a problem with them