Defective flasher relay.
check light bulbs in both lights
Did you change the bulb in the rear? Yes. The hazzard lights use the same bulbs in the rear as the turn signals. They work with the hazzards on but not with the turn signal.
Go to AutoZone and look up your fuses in a book for the make and model.
check the fuse's first. then check the lamps [bulbs].....
Check sockets and grounds
Turn signals are mounted on a Chevy Cavalier just like a regular head lamp is. The difference between the units is the bulbs are smaller. Open the hood and find the lamp brackets. Unplug the old brackets and connect the new bulbs.
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.
If the brake lights are not coming on in your car and you have changed the bulbs and the fuses with no results, you could also check the wiring in your '98 Chevrolet Lumina. The wires may be damaged or even broken.
bulbs are to small Check the fuses.
Assuming all the bulbs have been checked, a weak flasher relay could do that.
probably because you need to get new light bulbs, go get that checked!! that's dangerous
If the turn signal bulbs light but will not flash, the flasher relay is defective, replace it.
If the turn signals are not working properly on a 2002 Chevy Venture and the fuses seem to be alright, check for burned out bulbs in the turn signals. Also, check to make sure the turn signal flasher is working properly.
Check all of the three bulbs try replacing with working bulbs this should resolve the issue unless you have a bad module.
brake light switch, it is typically located above the brake pedal somewhere on the brake pedal arm
Your problem may be with any or all of these three items: The fuse, brake switch or bulbs in the brake lights.
Left, right and center high mount. See sources and related links below for more information on bulbs.
Turn signals just quit working- have replaced flasher- checked all bulbs and fuses, checked all obvious wires, cleaned grounds, replaced the turn signal switch (that was an adventure). At a loss- any help out there? Hazards work fine- all other lights work fine- turn signals dead
Look at the relay for the flashers, that should fix your problem.
Perhaps problem in the steering column switch?
Replace the turn signal flasher. I think on that model it is under the dash on or near the column.
Check the bulbs first but it can also be the flasher.
there aretwo sizes for the bulb and bulb base small and large but you can replace just the bulb from the base socket. I recommend that you (url )instrument panel light bulbs or cluster panel light bulbs to find the two sizes that you will need. autolumination.com or autoanything.com or rockauto.com
probably the turn signal flasher it is located next to the fuse panel