Wire size is the gauge (thickness of wire) hazard is almost anything not wired correctly.
The flasher is part of the hazard light switch.
It is underneath the radio in the hazard switch itself. The relay is built into the switch
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It shouldn't, if it is installed correctly. If I were you I would consult with a professional.
Try replacing the hazard lights switch. 40 bucks at dealership for the part, require no tools to replace.
You should be able to pry the front button of the hazard switch. Underneath (looking from the floor view) there should be a hole/cutout for a standard screwdriver to access. The switch is behind the button. (per my haynes manual) Hope this helps. DC
The turn signals and hazard lights on this year Beetle are controlled by the hazard switch. Dealers refer to this switch as a hazard/flasher module. When the switch fails, the lights typically flash once or twice then stop due too faulty internal contacts. The switch/module is just like the old style turn signal flasher that older cars used years ago, only the cost is a little bit more expensive. This is a common part that fails on this vehicle.
it is the relay, change it, it is the hazard button, the one with the red triangle.
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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.
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The turn signal flasher is incorperated with the Hazard lamp switch. The switch must be changed,then the directional lamps will work correctly.
Materials that have an explosive hazard are in Hazard Class 1.
A hazard may be dangerous. An acute hazard is very dangerous.
A hazard is a danger
The hazard from sharp instruments is the hazard of being cut.
A flammable hazard is a hazard that can catch fire.
Explosives that have no explosive hazard are not explosives. Materials that have a fire hazard but no explosive hazard are Class 2 if they are gasses, class 3 if they are liquids, and class 4 if they are solids.
what is a significant hazard.
The flasher is also the hazard switch located below the fan switch Cleaning the contacts would not fix the problem permenitly. Need to resolder the contacts for the coil.
The Joint Hazard classification system includes Class I, Ammunition and Explosive hazard information.