you need to change the flasher can for the signal lights
how do you remove the turn signal assembly on a 1989 Pontiac Bonneville
More than likely a bad flasher relay for the turn signals. The hazard lights use a different flasher relay.
It's attached to the back of the hazard light button.
Check the left turn signal bulb. It is probably burnt out.
The fuse for hazard and signal lights on the Nissan Serena is in the fuse box, bottom row. The flasher fuse for hazard and signal lights is located in the dash just to the left of the radio.
It's the turn signal indicator-located behind the hazard lights.You have to take it out and replace it.
bad fuse or hazard switch
The turn signal flasher and the hazard warning light switch are combined into a rectangular plastic box unit. The front of the unit has the button for the hazard lights. It is located in the air vent on the right side of the instrument panel. The vent is easy to pry out, no screws. Disconnect the plug on the back of the unit. About $50 at parts store or pick one up at the salvage yard.
The 1995 Pontiac Bonneville turn signal flasher relay switch can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The turn signal flasher relay switch will be above the accelerator pedal.
it dont have lights
Incorporated in the hazard warning module part of the hazard switch
It needs checked out but both the hazard and brake lights go through the turn signal switch.
it called your turn signal is on
The whole turn signal arm unit needs to be replaced
Turn signal bulbs and hazard bulbs are the same bulb. When the turn signal is turned on, the indicator light on the dash flashes in tune with the turn signal. When the hazard lights are turned on, an extra fuse which is live, powers the hazard flashers, even if the car is turned off.
Your car has two flasher relays. One for the turn signal lights and one for the hazard lights. Replace the one for the hazard lights. Any auto parts store can tell you the location and sell you a new one.
Check the bulbs Check the flasher
You could have a blowen fuse or a faulty connection!
Turn signal flasher?
Look for either a blown fuse or replace flasher unit for the signal lights (it is separate from the hazard lights flasher unit).
The hazard switch and the turn signal and brake lights are all incorparated, chances are the 3-1 switch is broke internally check all fuses
The flasher on a 99 Bonneville is located under the dash below the steering column, remove the panel just below the column. It has screws.
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.
The switch must be shot. What kind of vehicle is it?