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What would cause a right signal light not to work on the front and rear even in the hazard mode?


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2015-07-17 17:30:55
2015-07-17 17:30:55

Hey Greg==Ther e can be a coulple of causes. one, the turn signal switch or the lights don't have a good ground. Check it out. GoodluckJoe

Thank you for the reply Joe.

I pulled the flasher relay apart and the Mazda has two relays and a circuit board inside. Both relays appeared to work fine, but no right side signal lights. I squeezed the circuit board together and ...voila,signals. I am thinking it is a crack in the circuit board of the flasher. Even though the flasher is $80.00 Canadian, at least it isn't the wiring.

Thanks Again Greg


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