If you are saying you have to manually turn the blinker on and off by hand, then the flasher relay is bad. If you are saying you have to hold the turn signal lever in position and it does work and flashes on and off by doing this, then the turn signal lever is broken inside and needs replacing.
This has to do with a faulty signal switch. At least that's what the dealer told me when mine was replaced (under warranty).
in mark 8's they use a controler to make flashers flash. this module has gone bad
Could be the control stick for the blinkers. If the lights work, try replacing the stick or checking out the signal path for that blinker
The fuse for the blinker of a 96 Cavalier should be in the fuse box inside of the car. A more likely cause would be the flasher, located under the drivers side of the dash.
I sprayed WD-40 on the steering column on the blinker and flasher holes on a 85 Sentra and they have worked ever since.
I would say that there is a miswiring of the blinkers.
Is your headlight switch and blinker switch the same? If so, this is called the combination switch. Sounds like it is bad and needs to be replaced. Not uncommon for these to break.
The first thing I would do is replace the flasher. The flasher is what controls the on / off of your blinkers, giving you the blink blink. If that doesn't work, it sounds like your turn signal switch is going bad. GOOD LUCK
chances are your flasher for the blinkers OS bad,the flasher for the hazzards are usually on different circits for emergency situations.
First of all let me say that most vehichles have 2 flashers, 1 for the hazzard lights and 1 for the blinkers. If you turn the blinker switch to either side and lights inside and out do not flash or light up then the most common problems are a blown fuse or the blinker switch itself could be bad. As for the hazzards blinking double time, it is possible the flasher could be going bad. One other possibility, autos that have had trailor light hookups installed have been found with bad grounds and/or wires that have rubbed into causing tail,blinker and stop lights not to work correctly
You have to undo a few bolts under the front scoop to access these, and they are a real pain in the butt. I had cracks in my blinkers lights so when it rained it would blow them out, so I replaced them with LED, not as bright but don't have to worry about them ever blowing out again, only problem was it then wouldn't blink because there was not enough current draw from the LED to make the thermal switch in the blinker relay activate, so, i spent $10 on an electronic relay from kragens that plugged into the same spot as my blinker relay, it works great --- to find where your blinker relay is simply turn on your blinker and go under your dash and find the one making the click click noise
it may have nothing to do with your brake pads on my car the blinkers stoped working they still came on but they stoped blinking and i just had to repace the bulbs
try the turn signal switch, the connector on it, the connections to the signal lights, the wiring, etc. On some vehicles, the turn signal switch controls front and back blinkers separately
I believe the flashers are on a separate fuse than the blinkers, that is where I would first start to look, is the fuse box
mine is doing the same thing. sort of sporadic, then gradually not working at all. the small box responsible for the charge is nearly impossible to remove on your own... ANY SUGGESTIONS????
seeker, meeker, blinker, and I would say tinker.
the wiring is probally defected or the light is burned out
Not sure what Kind of car this is, but usually if the blinkers run fast it's because you have a bulb burnt out. I'd check your tailights first.
My guess would be a loose or disconected wire
It shouldn't, if it is installed correctly. If I were you I would consult with a professional.
It might be the switch itself.
This may sound weird but check your wiper switch. I had the same thing happen in my toyota, the intermittent wipers quit working but the relay would still click like blinkers do, after searching all around I bumped the wiper switch by accident and the noise quit. Living in Nevada I use the wipers about once a year so I never noticed that the intermittent part had quit. If that is not it is is still some relay clicking on and off so track down the noise and find out what it contriols.
Well, that depends on whether you still have the lights and blinkers, ect. If there are not lights, blinkers, brake lights, or horn, then you do not need a battery to run this bike. If you do have these items, then you would need a battery
It would depend on what model of Buick you are referring to.
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