Why does a 1994 Buick LeSabre's turn signal sporatically flash when signaling to turn but work fine for hazard lights?
The front or rear turn signal flasher bulb may be burned out and needs to be replaced. The turn signal flasher my be defective and should be replaced. The hazzard lights have a flasher unit of their own. These are found up in under the dash in the steering column area.
The indicators work but the hazard lights do not on a 1983 Mazda 323 how do you fix this Where do you look?
Hazard lights should only be used when your car is stopped or coming to a stop. Using them while you are actually still driving can be dangerous. Other drivers will be unable to tell if you are going to change lanes or get off the road because your turn signals or 'blinkers' will not work when your hazard lights are on.
The hazard lights on my 98 T & C used to stay on, too. It was the spring that was malfunctioning. In my case, I simply have to push the button down (turning the hazard lights off) and pull slightly toward me before releasing; and it catches. You probably need to replace that spring inside the steering wheel casing.
What is wrong if the brake lights in a 1999 Cavalier Z24 do not work but the tail lights directional hazard and center brake lights all do and the tail lamps have been replaced?
Ya think it might have something to do with warning about a hazard on the roadside? lol no really! actually they are what you put on to warn other drivers that YOU are a hazard on the roadside due to an accident or breakdown or stationary queueing traffic or any other danger, ie a hazard. In the UK, hazard lights should be used on single carriageway roads to warn other drivers that your vehicle is…