fuse-bad ground-turn signal switch-bulb-wiring 4 turn signal switch in the steering colume.
My 1992 Beretta Chevy just did this. The TURN SIGNAL flasher was out. It looks EXACTLY like the hazard flasher but it has 2 yellow bands around it! My backup lights are on same circuit as turn signals so I was able to check the fuse quickly by making sure my backup lights were working. Please be sure to tell parts supplier you need the turn signal flasher and not the hazard flasher! The flasher was located on circuit board under dash right above the door chime (door chime is small peach colored thing next to hazard flasher and horn relay) I was able to fix it using a small Philips screwdriver and a 9/32" nut driver (or socket) to take off the underdash kick panels on driverside.
Could be a blown fuse.
If turn signals are working could be a bad bulb If turn signals are not working--could be fuse flasher or problem in steering column
A front popping on the left of a 98 Blazer could be the brakes, steering, or wheel bearing. Check all three to find the cause.
Fuel pump could be possibly getting weak. Happened to my blazer.
you could have crossed the wires somehow or caused them to short out.
Yes, it could.
I have found that moisture can cause that problem you may also want to check your fuse and bulbs if you see moisture try to get it as dry as possible
There are many things that can cause a 2000 Blazer to have hesitation problems. Some causes could be bad plugs and wires, fuel filter, or the EGR valve.
low on oil, crankshaft and bearings bad
Could be several reasons, need to know aprox where it is leaking from.
It could be the turn signal bulbs, some vehicles use separate bulbs for the hazard and turn signals. It could also be a bad switch or wires for the turn signals.
Could be the vacuum actuator, or it could be an electronic fault, if you have an electronically controlled transfer case or an all wheel drive vehicle.
Several problems can cause a 1999 Blazer not to start. There could be a fuel problem or a firing problem. Check for fuel pressure and ignition spark first.
Check for burnt out bulbs and could be a bad flasher as well.
your bulbss ,the glass and metal base of the bulb could be loose
It is possible that the wiper pulse board is defective.
Several things a weak battery , the terminals on the battery are not tight enough or a bad starter.
I wouldn't recommend it. You could cause internal damage. I have no idea why you would do this anyway.
I would suspect a weak ground connection.
Could be the brake light switch or fuse.
could be many things start ppurchase the owners manual best 20$ youll spend
A loose wire would cause the horn to stop working on your Dodge Avenger 2.4L engine.
In general, normal cold weather does not affect wireless signals. However, extremely cold weather could cause issues for external antennae that are exposed to conditions.
The start capacitor could be bad. Is the Breaker tripped? Do you have a timer? Is it working properly?
You could have a lose wire in the stering column.