Check your fuses if it is not your fuses i would say check your hazard switch, mine went bad on my Nissan and caused that problem
try checking flashers and fuses, the check multi-function switch on steering column
try changing the flasher relay. Don't forget to check the fuses also.
Two separate circuits, check the fuses then check the signal flasher relay.
I just had the same problem with my 95 intrepid and it was the sending unit that needed to be replaced.
in mark 8's they use a controler to make flashers flash. this module has gone bad
Check the fuses aren't burnt first. Then remove lense and check bulb filaments if fine. Try your emergency flashers to see if they blink, if not THEN replace the flasher unit at the fuse box...easy to replace. Hope this helps.
Please let me know as well were the abs module is if you ever find it, email@example.com I also need to know were the flasher module is as well. I have no blinkers or flashers and all the fuses are good
You have to diagnose the system to determine the cause. Check the fuses, the bulbs, the flasher relay then the switch.
Make sure the bulbs are good.
If the emergency flashers work, you may have a turn signal flasher that is bad. It is separate form the emergency flashers and is in the wiring on the left side of the steering column under the dash. Also check all fuses/.
Check fuses, and for the blinkers, check also the flasher relay.
The fuse for the dashboard is located in slot 18. The fuse for the blinkers is located in slot 3.
First, check all fuses. Then see if you are getting power to the bulbs. Then the next possibility would be the turn signal switch.
Try chasing the ground wire down in the back bc they are usually all grounded with same wire. They sometimes corrode rather quickly.
You have two separate relays for 4 ways and blinkers. I would say that the turn signal relay needs replaced. It is usally a round silver relay either on the fuse panel or under dash. Go to the parts store tell them the year and make they will give you the right relay and can probably tel you where to look.
Try replacing the flasher relay.
it will either be the bulbs them selves or sheck the fuses
Check the fuses
The signals and the emergency flashers have separate circuits, separate fuses, separate flasher relays. Start with checking the fuses, the bulbs, the signal flasher relay and wiring and if it still doesn't work it may be the signal switch is bad.
It might be the switch itself.
Sounds like some kind of electrical problem. Start with checking your fuses. 25PSi