I don't know which fuse those are but. I don know most of the time I have all of those out at the same time my igntion switch has over heated and needs to be replaced. After many many times of changeing the switch I put a relay in there that runs the power and konw that wire on the switch is the signal. Haven't had that problem since.
A TNS relay is located in the fuse box of a vehicle. It controls the vehicle's turn signal lights, running lights, taillights, and dash lights.
Turn signal flasher Try in or near the fuse box
strip the engine out then replace it with a new one with that type of make and model
There should be a diagram on the inside of the fusebox cover.
Try replacing the turn signal flasher
check and make sure all the lights are on like if a turn signal is out in the front then the signal will stay on in the back when you turn the turn signal on.
On the left turn signal lever, twist the end cap to turn lights from OFF - Parking - ON - AUTO
signal lights not working.
Sounds to me like the turn signals and the heater fan may be on the same fuse?? Jack
That sounds like a grounding problem, probably near the right side lights. It might be a rusty or disconnected ground wire.
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A mis-wiring or short circuit somewhere between the controls, fusebox and lights.
It probably has 2 Flasher Relays. One for the hazard lights and one for the turn signals. Replace the turn signal flasher.
I would check the fuses in your 2003 Intrepid. If you had a bad battery, the lights and hazards would be dim. The heater, turn signal and windows may be on the same fuse.
There are separate fuses for trailer signal lights in main fuse panel
you need to change the flasher can for the signal lights
was jeep in accident and repaired? sounds like crossed or shorted wires
Turn signal indicators are lights. The flash to tell you, or indicate, that a turn signal is on, and which way the lights are flashing.
you need to buy a signal lights relay
It could be the turn signal switch in the steering column.
The problem is your multi function turn signal switch. It usually controls your High beams, turn signals, and washers, or cruise control. When they go bad all kinds of weird things can happen.
Different cars different controls. Usually turn signal, lights, wipers etc on steering column.
I can answer for the 93 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited. There are three 10mm nuts holding the lens on. Remove these nuts and the light sockets are twist and putt to gain access to the lights.
check the bulbs, the fuse..and then the flasher a manual will have a diagram See if your local library has a professional shop manual to look at for free... dave