What's fluid got to do with it?
The hazard button is hardly used at all so after some times it sticks in position, try turning it on and off to try and free it.
i had the same problem. you need to replace the switch behind the hazard light button and that will solve the problem.
Hit the Hazard button it will be a triangled shaped button
The hazard switch is located on the button itself. In a 1999 Honda Civic find the hazard button, which is located on the dashboard.
If you turn/hazard lights don't work, or work when they want to, even if its just the turn signals or just the hazard likes that stop working, it gonna be the relay/flasher unit. It's located under your hazard light button. Your hazard light button sits on top of the unit. So if you have a persiting problem or an intermitant problem it's gonna be that unit. You can take off the portion of you dash that contains your vents, hazard light button and light dimmer poteniometer simply my just carefull prying it out srom its clips, be carefull when pulling it out as not to brake any of the plastic.
its a problem when you loose your shoe. its a hazard to ride your bike in the street.
There is a button near the hazard light button to do that.
it is to cange the headlamp
turn signal switch is the hazard button! Pull out hazard button and replace it! good luck!
Well, I have had a problem with my sister hazard light button, Some of the Renault Components are so cheaply made they are just not built to last. I would go down to your local Renault dealer and buy a new one for £9. Although there is still no harm in stripping the component down and locating the problem :D. hope this helps!
The hazard button alone can't be replaced. You will need to replace the complete signal switch which is called a multifunction switch.
It is to the left of your hazard lights button on the center of the console.