I just checked my '97 Sable wagon for a related problem; (HAZARD LIGHTS DO NOT FLASH but my Turn Signals do). I checked the HAZARD FUSE (15 amp), it was fine; I got my hand under/behind the dash and wiggled all the wiring harnesses and harness sockets I could feel, then all of a sudden my flashers started working. Trying to isolate it I pinpointed the problem to the HAZARD SWITCH located above the steering column cover, (PUSH-ON, PUSH-OFF) and wiggled the switch and then they stopped again, and/or started to work again. It is probably a loose connector which will require a total dismantling to get to it. BTW: The Turn Signals and the Hazard Flashers work from the same RELAY, a Blue Ford Relay located under/behind the dash, to the left of the steering wheel. This RELAY is replaceable with a UNIVERSAL FLASHER RELAY from any auto parts. In your case, I would check the Turn Signal FUSE, it that is ok, then substitute the Turn Signal RELAY with another.
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It is the fuse for the hazard lights or as they are sometimes called, emergency lights.
it is the relay, change it, it is the hazard button, the one with the red triangle.
Try checking the fuse(s) first, then suspect the hazard switch or the actual flasher, if it has one.
Two different switches. The combination switch on the column is most likely the culprit. This may be fuses. The turn signals and hazard lights are fed by separate circuits.
Check the flasher for the turn signals which is under the dash on the left side of the steering column . It is different from the emergency flasher.
My research to date finds that the turn signals and hazard signals are controlled by a common relay. That relay is behind the hazard relay switch. My 2002 Audi A6 has the same symptoms you describe, and I will be removing the hazard switch to get at the relay for replacement. Good luck.
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Flasher is faulty.
If the turn signals are inoperative check the hazard switch, if the hazards don't work replace the hazard switch, the signals will start working. if the hazards are ok ,the turn signal switch may be bad.
many possible causes, but first look at a faulty hazard button switch assembly faulty.
Often, a separate flasher unit is used to activate the hazard flashers. This unit might be bad, or the switch to activate the hazard flashers might be bad. answer always there are 2 flashers.one for turn signals other for hazard replace hazard flasher They have separate fuses also.
There are 2 flasher units under the dash. 1 for the turn signals and 1 for the hazard lights. They are round and you need to pull them straight out, then replace them. What I do is I figure out which one works the signals and I replace that one with a heavy duty one, the other can be a regular one. If the lights don't come on but the signals are working it can sometimes be the bulbs, other times it's a short like the other person said.
turn signals won't work. changed all the bulbs. Hazard lights work. 1999 Chrysler Sebring hardtop
Possibility you may have a bad hazard flasher unit or turn signal switch. The cheapest route is to try to replace the hazard flasher unit as your first solution to the problem. Hazard flasher units should only cost you under $10 .
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The flasher is a type of switch that regulates the turning on and off of your vehicle's turn signals and hazard signals.
: I just changed three fuses in my '97 Mercury Sable... the turn signal fuse, the hazard flasher fuse, and another "autolamp" fuse. None of the three corrected the problem I was having. (turn signals and hazard flashers are not working at all.) I am now trying to replace the electronic flasher, but have not found where to install it. : In any case, the fuses for the turn signals and hazard flashers are not actually very expensive, so you might want to try that first. I bought a variety pack for less than $5. Also, if you look under the cover of the fuse box under your dash, there may be spares so you wouldn't even have to purchase new ones.
The module in the dash is for the turn signals and hazard flashers. It is the flasher unit for both so since this occurs when using either system i suspect the module itself is faulty..it is a common part that fails on these.
Check the fuse
hazards and turn signals have separate flashers. replace flasher for turn signals