Try the WD-40 fix. The problem is most likely in your hazard flasher switch. Spray WD-40 around the switch and pop it up and down a few time and wiggle it around a bit. This will fix this type of problem most of the time. There is no separate flasher unit as you may remember in older cars. The flasher is incorporated within this multifunction switch.
Check the wires, they may not be making contact. You can also check the bulbs. Maybe you can also try changing the fuse just for the heck of it, sometimes that helps. I think there are two fuses that it runs off of, so check both the box ubnder the dash and the one under the hood. THE FLASHER RELAY IS USUALLY FAULTY
hazards and turn signals have separate flashers. replace flasher for turn signals
The multifunction switch inside the steering column is bad.
Defective flasher relay.
Maybe a separate flasher for the hazards
Could be the bulbs or the fuses or the flashers or the signal switch assembly
If the 4 Ways/Hazards are disconnected then neither will work the park lights nor the turn signals.
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.
If your 1999 Ford Expedition has turn signals that do not work but hazard lights that do work, it is likely that you have a fuse that is blown. You might also have a wiring issue including exposed wiring.
I have a chev cavlier 1995 and the running lights do no work---on the dash the green light keeps blinking----what should I do?
The only thing common to all those lights (but not to the center brake light) is the hazard switch. I'd check that next. On my 96 Century the hazards override the signals and brake lights meaning that the signals and brake lights must be wired into the hazard switch somehow.
May possibly be in the multifuction switch on the left of the steering column!!!!
Your problem is most likely the turn signal relay im having a problem similar to yours but when my signals wont work neither do my hazards
Bad wiring i am guessing that something is wrong with your turn signal switch. Actually, The turn signals and hazard lights are controlled by 2 different relays. Try changing the Turn-signal relay.
Probably the Electronic Flasher. These ,when the fail,will allow the Signals and/or hazard lights to work intermittently. The flasher is the same for both the signals and hazards.
Two separate circuits in most vehicles. You have a fuse and a flasher for the hazards and you have a separate fuse and flasher for the signals.
Try pushing the hazard light switch on steering column repeatedly. I had a strange problem with my hazards once and this fixed it for now. I think my problem was the signals not working though....
Blown fuse or bad flasher unit. Often, cars use different flasher for the turn signals and the flasher, so it is possible for the hazards to work and not the turn signals.
yes my brake lights dont work First check the fuses, then check the bulbs then check the brake light switch
The Flasher Relay is more than likely defective. Some vehicles have 2 relays. One for the turn signals and one for the hazard lights. Replace the Flasher Relay for the turn signals.
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
It's probably time to replace your headlight switch. Had a similar problem on my '95. A new switch fixed her right up.
No, they do not have traditional turn signals but have flashing lights.
On the 1979 B200 Sportsman V8 if the brake pedal makes all signal lights come on and hazards and flashers do not work on their own, it could be the flasher, but the culprit could also be a burned out bulb or a short in the wiring.
that points to a broken wire to the light, a bd ground wire or a bad light switch