check for a short in the wiring behind the dash or somewhere in that circut I had the same problem with my camaro it turned out that over the years the harness had rubbed on the plate over the ashtray and worn through the insulation causing a short, it took many hours to find and I eventually took it in to get it looked at because I couldn't find it
It has been my experience that when the blinker comes on but the lights don't blink there is one or more bulbs burned out. If that is not the case check the flasher.
The bulb may be blown or weak,also check the flasher.
The tail lights are on a separate wiring than the blinker/brake lights. Look for a blown fuse or a broken/loose wire.
cheack the wireing
when you flip your blinker on, a relay in the circuit is activated which turns the light on and off. also, the front blinker and rear blinker usually alternate in turning off and on, so when the back is on, the front will be off, and reverse.. that's why when a bulb is out, the clicking sound in the vehicle goes faster than when both are in working order.
whats the color circuit for the blinkers an break lights?
Check for a bad ground
on blinker switch
Take the whole lens out
Press both blinker directions at the same time.
When your 4X4 dash lights blink that is indicating a malfunction - could be just a sensor
change the bulb
First check the fuse, or you may have a burnt out bulb
perhaps trailer lights have been installed without feedback protector You probably have a short in the circuit, that is, a bare wiring is touching metal. Follow the wires and check to see if one is broken, stripped, or pinched.
Someone is pulling your leg. There is no such thing as blinker fluid! I like to dilute the blinker fluid 50/50 with water. It makes the fluid last longer and the lights flash much brighter....... :)
check the brakelight switch. it is located under the dash where the brake pedal rests. Hey its ritchie. If you can click your blinker down and then they work its you blinker switch,but this is my monte.
Probably the functions, running lights, reverse, brake, blinker, and a ground.
Most blinker circuits do not flash if one bulb is burned out. If the bulbs are all OK then the flasher is probably bad.
Check the switch
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
A simple first step would be to check the fuses to these lights, then go from there.
horn/dv on my van. I'm having problems with a fuse blowing for my inside lights. horn/dv on my van. I'm having problems with a fuse blowing for my inside lights. horn/dv on my van. I'm having problems with a fuse blowing for my inside lights.