If the hazards work but the turn lamps do then it a problem with your turn signal switch itself ( the actual rod on the steering column). first try to simply clean the inside to rule out debri, if that doesn't work buy a new switch :) If both were out then I'd say it was the switch assembly for both located behind the fuse panel
because there are two diffrent flashers 1 for the flashers and 1 for turn
FOUND ANSWER. IT WAS THE HAZARD BUTTON ON THE STEERING. A PIECE OF PLASTIC HAD BROKEN.
There is two flashers involved, one for the signals and one for the emergency flashers. Perhaps you changed the wrong one.
turn signals won't work. changed all the bulbs. Hazard lights work. 1999 Chrysler Sebring hardtop
Replace the whole arm on the steering column. Its a switch as well! He's right, these cars are known for steering column issues related to signals and horn.
You have to replace the smart stalk. if you want a permenant fix. You can get them woking again by repeatedly depressing the hazard warning button.
Bad wiring i am guessing that something is wrong with your turn signal switch. Actually, The turn signals and hazard lights are controlled by 2 different relays. Try changing the Turn-signal relay.
many possible causes, but first look at a faulty hazard button switch assembly faulty.
i had the same problem...turned out the hazard flashers button on top of steering column was in the wrong position ! ...talk about simplr..hope it works for you
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
In many cars, a solid turn signal illumination means that a bulb needs to be replaced. if they don't light at all, it could be a bad connection. wear gloves if you try to inspect the wireing. but you may want to go to a mechanic if a new bulb doesn't fix the problem. ------------------------ The first thing to check is ...do your hazard flashers work ? If the hazard flashers work then you are not dealing with bad bulbs or a bad connection. 1st - check the blinker fuse 2nd - check or replace the flasher unit. I usually take the flasher unit out of the hazard flashers and swap it with the blinker flasher unit. (if the hazard flashers worked then that flasher unit is good) You can find the flasher unit by listening for and following the blinking noise. 3rd - usually at this point i end up replacing the turn signal unit. I have replaced many bad flasher units in my time.