your flasher is bad replace it It's probably the turn signal signal switch in the steering wheel hub. They're junk from the factory.
Your problem very well could be the hazard switch. i have a 1994 honda civic too i found whenever i disconnected the hazard switch from the wiring harness my turn signals brake lights and of course hazards do not work. Maybe replace the hazard switch..
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.
Check the fuses and it may be the flasher relay as they have 2 try turning the hazard lights on and off a few time as you relay may be stuck.
If your hazard lights don't work but your turn signals do work it could be that your Hazard Lamp Flasher needs to be replaced. Your car has both a "hazard lamp flasher" and a "turn signal lamp flasher". Your "turn signal lamp flasher" is working but your "Hazard Lamp Flasher" may not be working. Buy a new "hazard lamp flasher" and install it. The hazard lamp flasher is located behind the instrument panel to the left of the steering column.
You probably have a bad turn signal flasher (or relay, as it's called in some cars)
It is the turn switch in the colomn. Replace the switch and the prob will be solved.
Fuse or 4 way flasher unit there are 2 flashers on for turns one for 4 ways
I had a similar problem with my 1991 Maxima. The dashboard lights did not work. I could not find a fuse. Then I noticed the parking lights did not work. I could not find a fuse. Finally I noticed the tail lights did not work. I checked the fuse and it was burnt. After replacing it all is okay again.
the turn signal flasher may be the problem moast vehickles have one forturn &one for 4way
possibly the fuse for brake lights......also could be brake light switch----turn signal switch----broken wiring anywhere in the vehicle---relay not working ---any other item specific to your venicle.
Most vehicles have two flasher units. One for the turn signals and one for the hazards. If you have already replaced one try looking for the other one. Or check for a bad trunsignal switch
I replace my flasher fuse.Now they light up but won't blink.
A blown fuse would cause the hazard lights not to work on the 1994 Ford F150. It could also be blown bulbs causing the lights not to work.
Could be 2 issues. Assuming the bulbs and sockets check okay, the signals may not work because the fuse or flasher is bad. The hazards could be a weak flasher relay. Then again it could be the signal switch is bad and effecting both functions.
change the turn signal flasher flasher could be a fuse
If both sides are out as well as the hazard lights then the flasher relay is suspect.
You could have a blowen fuse or a faulty connection!
funny you should ask... this just happend to me, two days ago [!] on my 1995 Chevy lumina. i read the owner's manual, and found that the turn signals will not work, as long as the hazard lights are engaged. well, needless to say, not only had i *not* engaged the hazard lights, but as it turns out, i *couldn't* engage them! there is a plastic sheath/button that fits over the actuating rod. it's the rod which really engages the hazard flasher switch, down, inside the steering column. this sheath/button is the piece that sticks out the top of the steering column, with the little, concentric, double-triangles on it. you're supposed to push it down to engage the hazard lights, and then push it again to disengage them. when i tried to turn the hazards on, they wouldn't stay on; if i let the "button" go, they went back out; if i held it down, they would flash. i lifted up on the sheath/button, and it came right out of the steering column. i put the sheath/button back in, pushed it down, and again the hazard lights would flash as long as i was holding it down, but it wouldn't *stay* down. upon closer examination, i saw that part of the bottom of this sheath/button was broken off. my mechanic found that the broken piece was still down in the column, wedging the hazard actuator rod in and "almost-on" position, thereby disabling the turn signals. he pressed the actuating rod quickly, a few times, and finally the offending, broken bit popped out. he told me that as long as i don't use the hazard lights, I'll be all set. because that acutator doesn't seat itself vertically, without the broken sheath, if i need the hazard lights and push the actuator rod [even without the sheath/button on it] i could knock the rod out of kilter, and my turn signals will be out of commission, again. guess what? i can live without my hazard lights. good luck, r j p.s. or it could just be a fuse. ;) ^^^^ THANK YOU! THANK YOU! YOU FIXED MY PROBLEM AS WELL! My turn signals all of the sudden went on me today. the hazards still worked but the turn signal did not. I was worried because my dad had a probelm with his car in which his tailights would not come on when he switched his lights on, and it cost him a couple hundred to fix! His light switch was busted in the steering column. However i read this page pulled out the hazard light switch above the steering wheel and sure enough, THERE WAS A LITTLE BROKEN PIECE OF THE HAZARD LIGHT SWITCH STUCK INSIDE! I used needle-nose pliers to remove it and turn signals work FINE! Thanks Again R.J.
it could be a bad relay
If you here a clicking sound when you activate the directionals or 4-way flashers but the lights still don't work, you need to replace your lighting control module.
The light control module could be the cause of hazard lights coming on after the car is turned off. There could be a problem that has caused this module to become wet and it is now not working correctly.
Not overly familiar with the Lumina, but you might have accidentaly disconected them at the bus, or the CD player could be drawing to much power(unlikely)
The only way to answer that question is by knowing which warning lights are on. It could be ABS, Change Oil, Check engine, Brakes etc
Check the fuses first then check the bulbs.
Bad hazard switch.