Not sure what vehicle you have but with most vehicles the signals and emergency flashers are separate circuits. Each have there own fuse and flasher. Check fuses, bulbs and flashers. If all checks okay it may be the signal switch At Fault.
my turn signal works but my switch will not return after i make a turn. please explain to me how to fix the problem
Assuming you have checked all of the bulbs, sockets and wiring, the signal flasher could be weak or the signal switch is bad.
You may have a bad relay switch; the turn signal works thru the relay switch which is under the steering column; possibly in the dash
The clap switch works with the use of an impulse response of a transfer function. It makes use of a sound analyzer input and interface with a digital signal processor and FFTs.
If the left turn signal doesn't work but the right one does and you're positive it's not a bad light bulb, it's not the fuse. More likely it's a bad turn signal switch.
It's the turn signal switch which is the culprit.
Usually this a faulty signal light switch. The Signal light switch disconects the brake light on the signaling side and makes it flash.
In that case, start tracking back. The turn signal switch pulls the brake light out of circuit when the signal is operating. If the switch fails, the one or both stoplights can stop working.
The reason is because you have two flashers. One works with the hazard light circuit and the other works with the turning sigal circuit. Replace the flasher and if that does not work you should check for a steering column problem or a switch problem. Good Luck
On my 2006 you pull out on the end of the turn signal, they will not come on if your brights are on, only works with dims.
That is the turn signal switch & actually it move up & down when you tilt the column. But when you move the turn signal handle up or down it moves a small wire inside a casting that actually works the turn signal switch.
Your radio signal works by using its signal to go to a tower and back to your radio (Via antenna).