Have you checked the fuses? If the horn and sugnals are on the same circuit, that may be a simple fix. If it isn't a fuse, it is possible that there is a relay which controls both. A schematic, as found in some repair manuals should help you, if neither is the problem. Could be a bad comon ground wire or something else-you didn't specify make/model/year, so all that anyone can do is make educated guesses. It may be a fusible link if they're both on the same circuit. If you've checked the "easy" fuses and they're all seemingly good, I'd check any fusible links your vehicle may be equiped with. I had a fusible link (on a 1990 Cherokee) fry and it took out my headlights, taillights, brake lights, hazards, driving lights, dash lights, interior floor lights, all "indicator" lights, and the cigarette lighter--but the turn signals, dome lights (I have two) and map/reading lights worked fine!
On many cars one bulb on one side will cause both front and rear turn signals not to work so 1st check bulbs. Hope it fixes.
Faulty light bulbs, damaged engine.
A bad connection would cause a forklift mast to suddenly or slowly lower. Check all your connection wires to ensure they are properly attached and working.
A disconnection in your wiring. loose wiring.
chack for a blown fuse or fuses.
Flasher is faulty.
You oil pump is not working?
Check the bulbs - they are doubloe filamented with the smaller being for brake/turn signals Check the fuses
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* Blown Fuse * Defective Switch (switches do wear out eventually) * Wiring possibly got pinched or severed
Blown fuse, defective blower motor, or defective blower motor resistor pack.
A loss of hydraulic fluid can cause a serious situation with the mast. It would cause the mast to lower slowly or suddenly. Also if there is a break in the chain that holds the mast at a certain level, it would cause it to fall suddenly.To reduce the pressure in the fuel line , the forklift operator should
broken wire likely
Check the fuses.
Blown fuse would be where to look first.
most likely would be a bad turn signal flasher
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check the fuse Look for a freyed or degraded wire with the rear door open. Located where the door joins the body at the top.
check the fuses. Same thing with my 96 corsica, along with a few other instruments.