I have a 2001 Ford Explorer that was doing the samething. The trouble started when the ouside temperature got cold. I replaced the flasher unit and have not had a problem since.
My guess would be the turn signal switch lever itself is defective.
Bad turn signal flasher.
You have a turn signal light-bulb out .
Check bulbs Replace turn signal flasher
One of you signal lamps is probably burned out. Turn on the signal and walk around the car, bet-ya you find one turn signals isn't lighting up. Some times it is a bad connection at the bulb. The bulb sockets are cheaply made.
Turn signal relay needs to be replaced. If you turn on the hazard (emergency) switch, all the signal lights should come on. This says the lights are okay.
Check bulbs - double filamented with smaller being for brake light and turn signal Bad switch? Bad turn signal flasher?
The Turn Signal Switch is bad in the column and needs to be replaced.
I would suspect the signal switch is at fault.
Check/replace turn signal flasher
a bulb is out
One or two front turn signal bulbs is busted. Check your front turn signal bulbs and replace it.
You have a dual-filament signal bulb somewhere with a bad ground. Turn the headlights and turn signal on. The bulb with the bad ground will go completely out at times, even though the headlights are on.
Probably the turn signal/hazard flasher went bad. On some vehicles they are separate units, but on some vehicles they are the same unit.
Bulbs or turn signal flasher, maybe even the switch.
could be a bad ground
To reset the alarm on a 2003 Road King turn the key in the following pattern: ignition, off, ignition, off, ignition. Next, press the leftÊturn signal three times and then the right turn signal once. After the turn signal flashes three time, enter the new five-digit number by using the left turn signal to select the number and the right turn signal to set it. Lastly, turn the ignition off.
Most likely turn signal flasher
Turn signal indicators are lights. The flash to tell you, or indicate, that a turn signal is on, and which way the lights are flashing.
most likely would be a bad turn signal flasher
Sounds like a weak turn signal flasher
On all cars manufactured for sale in the united states (left hand drive) you would push up on the turn signal lever to turn on the right turn signal.
Check your turn fuse. Or the connection between the flasher and the turn signal. Sorry I mean check the connection between the flasher and the turn signal switch.
are you asking about the turn signal bulbs , the turn signal switch or turn signal flasher ?
Your turn signal probably is not flashing because the turn signal lightbulb is burnt out. You could also have a loose wire on the turn signal.