the multi-flasher for turn signals/hazards is mounted to the brake pedal bracket under the dash on driver side. turn on flashers or hazards and listen and feel for the clicking. check auto zone site for pics and instruction
Typically, in an automobile context, that means the 4 way flashers.
There are two different flashers on vehicles. 1 for the turn signals, 1 for the hazard flashers.
u have two flashers on your car... one for blinkers and one for flashers.
Your turn signals and hazards use separate flashers. Your hazard flasher might have bitten the dust. FriPilot sounds like the horn/horns arent working. also sounds like the hazard switch is inop
I saw in other places that yes it does have separate flashers.
Could be the bulbs or the fuses or the flashers or the signal switch assembly
have the same problem with my 94 Thunderbird super-coup did some research and on my vehicle there are two flashers one for the turn signals and one for the hazards i would assume that the flasher for the hazards has gone out not sure if your vehicle has the same type of setup
For most vehicles the hazards and signals are two separate circuits, they have separate fuses and separate flashers. Check your signal light fuse and signal light flasher.
Check the fuses first of all. I think the Durango has two flashers as well, one for the hazards and one for the signals so it could be a bad flasher.
Yes, they are 2 separate systems with separate flashers.
try replacing the flasher. there should be two, one for flashers and one for turn signals
Under the dash on the drivers side. A green one for the turn signals and a gray one for the hazards, and they both must work.
hazards and turn signals have separate flashers. replace flasher for turn signals
Look at the relay for the flashers, that should fix your problem.
Make sure the 4 way hazard switch is COMPLETELY off, if it is slightly depressed the turn signals will not work.
There are two flashers, one for the hazards and one for the signals.
the flasher and hazards are all in one . if flashers are bad check hazard switch on dash. remove trim plate and remove screw that holds flasher switch in.
Both fuses # 13 and # 18 are 15 amp fuses for the electronic flashers ( it doesn't show which is the hazards and which is for the turn signals )
Two separate flasher relays, one for the signals and one for the hazards. They are both located behind the plastic lower dash panel aprox under the radio. The lower panel must be removed to gain access to the flashers. Be sure to check the fuses and bulbs also.
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.
The Durango should be the same as a Dakota. Only one flasher for both signals & hazards. Located in fuse box on left side of dash. Look on inside of cover that you take off & it will tell the location. Usually at the bottom of the fuse panel
You have a bad relay. Your blinkers run on a different relay than you hazards do.
Remove the plastic piece under the steering wheel... it is hidden in there. The one behind the radio is for hazards
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