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.
fuse or blub is out or blown, or wiring is bad, or the relay is bad.
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.
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.
More than likely the flasher relay is defective, replace it.
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.
Well so far I have found that when I turn my headlamps on and switch to the high been and then use the rocker switch for the hazards, it will allow for my turn signals to start working again.
multi function switch in steering column
your fuse is to strong try a lower fuse or some other one is wrong sending too match power that why to blows, or is your headlight cracked?
First check the flashers fuse .Then replace the flasher with a good one. There might be two-one for turn signals and one for 4ways. Or they could be one.
It could be the turn signal bulbs, some vehicles use separate bulbs for the hazard and turn signals. It could also be a bad switch or wires for the turn signals.
Probably the flasher unit needs to be replaced. This is an electronic switch which usually mounts underneath the dashboard.
Not typically. answer yes the hazard lights stop turn sinals from working there are only 2 elements in the bulb one for stop and one for turn hazars use same eement as turns signals it is for that reason that it is illegal in most states to actually drive with your hazards working they are supposed to be used only when stopped
Could be: Fuse Flasher Switch in column There is another flasher behind the fuse panel that controls the signals
Your turn signals and hazards use separate flashers. Your hazard flasher might have bitten the dust. FriPilot sounds like the horn/horns arent working. also sounds like the hazard switch is inop
You could have a lose wire in the stering column.
Make sure the 4 way hazard switch is COMPLETELY off, if it is slightly depressed the turn signals will not work.
The flasher relay is in the hazard switch. The hazards work on my wife's S4 but the directionals don't. I found another posting that says that the relay is in the hazard switch. The fuse is fine.
There is a relay under the steering wheel
Check the bulb it is double filamented with the smaller being for the stop and turn signals
Try Replacing the Blubs since the Fuse is Fine
I have found that moisture can cause that problem you may also want to check your fuse and bulbs if you see moisture try to get it as dry as possible
If you haven't checked the fuse box do so, it's under the dash on the drivers side. If the fuse isn't blown, don't know
There are a number of reasons that your signals might not be working. First off, I would check your fuses to make sure none of them are blown; next, check your bulbs. If those are all okay it might be your turn signal relay--in many car models these are located around the fuse panel somewhere, although they may not be immediately visible--also check to see if your hazard lights are working--if they are, and your fuses and bulbs aren't burnt it's probably your signal relay (note: there is one for the hazards and one for the turn signals) If your hazards and your turn signals are not working you may have a more in depth electrical problem, or both relays could be blown--however unlikely. One of the last things I would look at is the actual switch in the driving column that turns on your signals.