Lighting control module
Sounds like hazard flasher needs replaced. there are two one for rerular turn Andone for hazard. Sounds like hazard flasher needs replaced. there are two one for rerular turn And one for hazard.
It contains two relays, one for hazard lights and the other for turn signals. The one for the turn signals is defective and must be replaced.
The turn signals operate through the Hazard switch. The Hazard switch assembly is in the radio console inside the car and must be replaced. This unit is about $90 CDN and can be purchased from the dealership. I replaced mine by pulling out (Carefully!) the radio console (the owners manual will show you how to do this). After that, you: Push the old Hazard Switch out from the rear of the radio console. Unplug the wire at the end of the broken Hazard switch. Plug the wire into the new Hazard switch. Push the Hazard switch back into the radio console and slide the radio console back in place. It takes 2 minutes if you get someone to hold the radio unit while you change the switch. Good luck!
Probably the multi function switch, which is the turn signal stalk, probably has to be replaced, it's all incorporated in that stalk and if you do the work yourself the part is around $55.00.
If your hazard lights don't work but your turn signals do work it could be that your Hazard Lamp Flasher needs to be replaced. Your car has both a "hazard lamp flasher" and a "turn signal lamp flasher". Your "turn signal lamp flasher" is working but your "Hazard Lamp Flasher" may not be working. Buy a new "hazard lamp flasher" and install it. The hazard lamp flasher is located behind the instrument panel to the left of the steering column.
Hazard switch is the signal relay has gone bad. Defective from new, has been replaced with a different part number.
turn signal switch needs replaced!
If it's not the fuse then it's the multi-function switch (the turn signal stalk) that went dead on you.
My research to date finds that the turn signals and hazard signals are controlled by a common relay. That relay is behind the hazard relay switch. My 2002 Audi A6 has the same symptoms you describe, and I will be removing the hazard switch to get at the relay for replacement. Good luck.
Check the flasher for the turn signals which is under the dash on the left side of the steering column . It is different from the emergency flasher.
Most vehicles have two flasher units. One for the turn signals and one for the hazards. If you have already replaced one try looking for the other one. Or check for a bad trunsignal switch
Some vehicles has a flasher relay for the turn signals and another one for the hazard lights. Are you sure you replaced the correct one?
Flasher is faulty.
If the turn signals are inoperative check the hazard switch, if the hazards don't work replace the hazard switch, the signals will start working. if the hazards are ok ,the turn signal switch may be bad.
More detail: the turn signals slowed down gradually and then stopped working. All lights still flashed when hazard lights switch was activated. The bulbs and fuses are all okay, and I have replaced the hazard flasher (which I think is a combo hazard/turn signal unit). Can't see any other flasher unit under the panel, don't know what else to try. Any ideas?
the relay needs to be replaced. you will find it behind the hazard switch (attached to the switch - a long skinny thing) I looked forever till someone told me where it was. Even the Volvo parts guy didn't know and Lawrence Volvo of Walnut Creek, CA would not tell me...
turn signals won't work. changed all the bulbs. Hazard lights work. 1999 Chrysler Sebring hardtop
hazards and turn signals have separate flashers. replace flasher for turn signals
Separate circuits, separate fuses, separate flasher relay. Check the hazard fuse, hazard flasher and hazard switch.
== Hazard and turn signals switch are different. Sounds like you need a new turn sig. switch. The turn signals are routed through the hazard switch. Re-check fuses 4 and 19. If they are fine, check/test the hazard switch and related wiring; if the switch is faulty, replace it. If the switch is good, check/test relay in position 12.
fuses are ok. replaced ignition multifunction switch and hazard, turn signal, cruise etc. switch. checked grounds. hazard lights when ignition is off but not in the on position. thanks Joe lapointe
Often, a separate flasher unit is used to activate the hazard flashers. This unit might be bad, or the switch to activate the hazard flashers might be bad. answer always there are 2 flashers.one for turn signals other for hazard replace hazard flasher They have separate fuses also.
Check the fuse
The flasher is a type of switch that regulates the turning on and off of your vehicle's turn signals and hazard signals.