hi my name is josh i had the same problem check the terminals in the light socket they could be corroded that was my problem.... With a volt meter check to see if you have power to that socket. Check at the wire not the socket. If you find you have power, either the socket is corroded or broken. Also check the ground connection at that socket.
I would need to know what kind of car you have some cars have separate fuses and relays for both sides
have you checked your fuses?
Check your fuses. See owner's manual for location and assignment of fuses.
Defective flasher relay.
Check the flasher.
It depends on the vehicle but in general you would have one fuse for the signals and one fuse for the brake lights.
The fuses for turn signals, I assume you are speaking on a Geo Prism, would be located to the left bottom(to the left of your left leg) front drivers side panel.
check the fuses and then check the flasher relays
Bad switch in steering column? diffrent fuses.
Sounds like a relay, which should be near or in the fuse box.
The year, make and model would help but, check the fuses, the bulbs, the flasher relays and last but not least, the switch.
A short somewhere in the wiring, an incorrectly installed bulb, damaged horn ring assembly, etc.
you might have a bad Flasher relay.
They all have separate circuits, check the fuses.
Check your fuses.
A blown fuse or a damaged computer would cause the turn signals, interior lights, and door locks not to work in the Mazda 3. The fuses are located under the dash on the driver's side of the car.
I had a 1992 Grand Prix LE the turn signals did not work and the fuses were good. Look at the swith on the steering collum try pulling the bright swith with the turn signal on. I did that on mine and they started blinking I replaced the swith and they now work fine.
it is the relay, change it, it is the hazard button, the one with the red triangle.
Perhaps problem in the steering column switch?
Check the bulbs - they are doubloe filamented with the smaller being for brake/turn signals Check the fuses
Try replacing the flasher relay.
More than likely the flasher relay is defective. Replace it.
check the fuses and if they are good there are inline fuses under the hood located in the black box on the passengers side wheel well
Check the Fuses real quick. If not it could be related to a computer issue... Thanks Ford lol
I would check the switch inside the steering column.