Hope this helps
If the turn signals on a car works but the hazard lights do not there may be a problem with the flasher switch. The flasher is located in the steering column, and a damaged unit can cause the lights to stop working.
Flasher is faulty.
A blown fuse would cause the hazard lights not to work on the 1994 Ford F150. It could also be blown bulbs causing the lights not to work.
Water is commonly getting into the hazard light systems
Yes. The relay that controls the turn signals is built in the switch.
The light control module could be the cause of hazard lights coming on after the car is turned off. There could be a problem that has caused this module to become wet and it is now not working correctly.
Possibility you may have a bad hazard flasher unit or turn signal switch. The cheapest route is to try to replace the hazard flasher unit as your first solution to the problem. Hazard flasher units should only cost you under $10 .
be cause your bulb is blown out
A blown bulb. Check fuses and then start replacing the bulbs one by one.
have you checked your fuses?
A dead battery
Probably the turn signal/hazard flasher went bad. On some vehicles they are separate units, but on some vehicles they are the same unit.
either a bulb or the signal flasher relay located on the fuse panel usually opposite the hazard flasher relay
There is usually a relay for the flashers and turn signals. It is usually a round metal looking thing in the fuse box. This is usually the norm. I have never worked on this specific vehicle, but they are all simular. Good luck.Brad.
It sounds like the ground for the parking/turn signal circuit is bad on the damaged side. You mentioned sufficient power to all lights, I assume this applies to the parking/turn signals too. If this is not the case check the main fuse box for disconnected, pulled-out connections. Hope this helps,
A blown fuse or a damaged computer would cause the turn signals, interior lights, and door locks not to work in the Mazda 3. The fuses are located under the dash on the driver's side of the car.
Honda dashboard lights are powered by a single fuse. The taillight fuse keeps the dashboard, taillights and hazard lights safe. If any of this units cause a short all of the components will not work.
Because the hazard/turn signal relay has failed. A defective/intermittent turn signal switch can also cause this symptom.
There are separate flasher relays for the hazard lights and turn signals. The flasher relay may be out on your blinkers. The relay for the hazards is behing the fuse box. The relay for the blinkers is behind the lower dash panel to the right of the steering column.
It is your multifunction switch that has gone out. It is located in the steering column. I used my emergency lights and it blew out brake lights, turn signals, and emergency lights. In newer models Chevy did a recall not so for our older models. Mine is a 1995.
What you describe could be caused by the Hazard Light switch being turned on. When you observe this symptom, get out and check to see if the parking lights are flashing. If they are, then find the Hazard Light switch and turn it off.
Yhese are fed from different sorces so I would check the groiunds on the lights.
Check the bulbs - they are doubloe filamented with the smaller being for brake/turn signals Check the fuses
Blown fuses. Consult your owners' manual for their location.
you might want to change your hazard light switch. i was having the same problem and i changed my hazard switch and it fixed the problem