it might be the hazard switch all the blinker circuit runs through it.
Assuming you checked all the bulbs and fuses, it sounds like the signal switch is shot.
Could be the control stick for the blinkers. If the lights work, try replacing the stick or checking out the signal path for that blinker
the blinker relay is probably bad
Make sure the bulbs are good.
All Bulbs were replaced. fuses all checked, relay switch new and flasher, Also when the relay switch is in it gets really hot. Any suggestions
I checked fuses and replaced blown fuses and now it won't start.
The blinker relay is under the dash, on the passenger side of the steering column. It is under a black cover with a small number of fuses.
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has anyone checked the fuses and bulbs?
Check the fuses first.
check fuses under dash panel and for short if wired for trailer
The fuse for the blinker of a 96 Cavalier should be in the fuse box inside of the car. A more likely cause would be the flasher, located under the drivers side of the dash.
your problem could be in the switch its self. unfortunetly they are expensive to replace, i had to actually wire a switch direct to the blinker system.
You have a broken wire.
If you already checked your bulbs then check your fuses, usually this is the case when all the lights stop working at the same time.
Check the ground, without a proper ground it will not light up
have you replaced the flasher? Did you use the correct bulb, when you replaced it? Check your fuses there may be a problem there as well.
Next check the turn signal switch inside the steering column. check to see if the bulb is dead
If you've already checked all of the bulbs and the fuses (to include the maxi-fuses under the hood), it might be your multifunction switch. I had the same problem, and had to take my Jeep to a pro to diagnose it.
I just had the same problem with my 95 intrepid and it was the sending unit that needed to be replaced.
I have a 1996 D R and have the same problem. Apparently the flasher switch needs to be replaced.
How about a malfunctioning brake light switch
If a washer pump was replaced on a Jeep Wrangler and is still not working the fuses should be checked. The washer switch should also be checked as it could also be causing the pump not to work.