You have a dual-filament signal bulb somewhere with a bad ground. Turn the headlights and turn signal on. The bulb with the bad ground will go completely out at times, even though the headlights are on.
Check the contacts on the turn signal bulbs. Sounds like there may be a crack between the two contacts allowing the headlight/tailight voltage to cross over onto the turn signal contact. Hope this helps. email@example.com
I realize that this is going to sound pretty dumb BUT....... Take the turn signal apart, totally, and wire brush all the connections very well. It sounds like you are getting a feed back through the ground. Do the same with the headlights. Put a little dielectric grease on the bulbs before putting them back into the sockets.
if your right turn signal does not work then it could be the switch if not then it could be a wiring fault! Could also be turn signal flasher or switch in steering column as stated above
You have some problems with electrical connections. Most likely the ground wire of the tail lights. Also, the left light may be burned out or have a POSITIVE wire connection problem.
Yea, check the ground in the front turn signal socket. You'll probably find that the ground connection is corroded or completely disconnected.
could be a bad ground
the left turn signal light on my ridgeline does not work but the right side works
Check the bulbs. A failed bulb can often cause the signal to stop working on that side.
Check the fuse for the wipers and replace the turn signal bulb.
Because the signal system is interconnected.Install new bulbs on the left side -including the front side...I realizethey work. You will be surprised.
I could not be sure about your particular problem, but I had to replace the Multi-Function and Turn signal switches in a 96 Lumina for similar strange problems of Brakes and signals not working in particular scenarios.
I would almost bet it's the directional light switch in the steering column. Do they not work when you step on the brake pedal also? I'd put my money on a faulty ground at one of the turn signal lights. Watch the bulb when you turn on the turn signal with the headlights OFF. If both filaments are glowing in any bulb, it doesn't have a ground.
One of four things can cause a turn signal not to work. Either the turn signal switch assembly, a bad bulb, a bad fuse, or a bad turn signal flasher.
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My guess would be the turn signal switch lever itself is defective.
4 way flasher switch on top of the steering colum is what I have found better known as the turn signal, wiper, cruise control.
Either there is a wire lose or the flasher relay is not working right or lose in its socket.
Check bulb May be shorted and backfeeding searching for ground
1995 hond accord in cold weather turn signal does not work?
You could have a faulty bulb. Check for contact in both bulbs if they are new.
I had the same problem, and it turned out to be a short in the wiring. Mine had the Cruise Control located in the steering wheel and when I turned it off...the lights worked fine.
Replace the bulb, it has two filiments/ One for the tail, one for the turn.
sounds like the headlight control mudule
Check bulbs Turn signal flasher? Bad switch in steering column?