Sounds like you have a bad ground. Try replacing your main ground wire from the battery to the engine, if that doesn't work check all other grounds running off your battery. You should also check the brake light switch which is located on the brake pedal arm, if it is not working you will not have brake lights, and finally remove all the rear bulbs and check that they are the right type for the application, meaning that brake/turn signal combinations require a double contact bulb, not a single contact bulb. I have a '96 Chevy Blazer Lt and I went through the opposite of your question, but it is all connected. If you have checked the bulbs and brake switch you will find is you are left with two answers. If you are handy then you can do it yourself and save a lot of money ($300-$500 more specifically). If you aren't so handy then you need to pay someone to do it for you. The problem lies within the actual push-in, push-out switch of the assembly. That switch is in an assembly that ties your cruise control, wipers, turn signal, high beam, low beam, mister, and air bag. The Haynes and Chilton Total Car Care books will get so far as to replace the entire module (You can buy it at AutoZone for $178 or Chevy for $347). I did it without taking the steering wheel off. If you can remove the assembly off of the top of the steering wheel column then you are 3/4th of the way there. If you can loosen some of the plastic clips (on the assembly) around that push button, it will come out the top of the assembly. Be very careful with the turn signal housing, not so much the arm as the front plate on it. If it opens there is a spring that may fall out. In any case; if you get the button to come out you will notice that is has 3 brass triangle pads on the side of it. These pads are on spring-type cushions. Each triangle pad has raised contacts (bumps) on it. One, two, or all of these contacts are corroded. In addition, the brass strips that the contacts (bump) touch may also be corroded. I was able to take most of the assembly apart and clean these contacts and re-lubricate them with a die-electric grase, like you use on spark plugs. Because the opening of this button faces up, all kinds of dust can get in there too. Corrosion and dust equal no contact. That's the heart of your problem. If you work through it you save money, but if it sounds to intense then pay a mechanic to do it.
Check your relay switches that should be located near the fuse box.
try replacing all sets of fuses for the hazard and the tail lights.
one of the lights is not working
Turn signal flasher?
If your 1999 Ford Expedition has turn signals that do not work but hazard lights that do work, it is likely that you have a fuse that is blown. You might also have a wiring issue including exposed wiring.
Lights or signals fits this 'fill in the blanks'-type question..
If the turn signals on a car works but the hazard lights do not there may be a problem with the flasher switch. The flasher is located in the steering column, and a damaged unit can cause the lights to stop working.
It probably has 2 Flasher Relays. One for the hazard lights and one for the turn signals. Replace the turn signal flasher.
Is the hazard lights button not on top of the steering column ? The switch for the hazard lights on my 1995 Ford Explorer is part of the multi functin switch ( turn signals etc. )
Make sure hazard switch is pulled all the way out May be a problem in thw steering column
hazards and turn signals have separate flashers. replace flasher for turn signals
Defective Flasher Relay, replace it. One relay operates the Hazard Lights and the other operates the turn signals. Be sure and replace the correct one.Defective Flasher Relay, replace it. One relay operates the Hazard Lights and the other operates the turn signals. Be sure and replace the correct one.
Sounds like a blown fuse and/or faulty turn signal relay
because of a flasher switch, located in the fuse panel.
Lighting control module
There are 2 separate flashers.jd
turn signals won't work. changed all the bulbs. Hazard lights work. 1999 Chrysler Sebring hardtop
Your problem very well could be the hazard switch. i have a 1994 honda civic too i found whenever i disconnected the hazard switch from the wiring harness my turn signals brake lights and of course hazards do not work. Maybe replace the hazard switch..
may have a bad signal switch,or may be a blown fuse
The multifunction switch inside the steering column is bad.
My research to date finds that the turn signals and hazard signals are controlled by a common relay. That relay is behind the hazard relay switch. My 2002 Audi A6 has the same symptoms you describe, and I will be removing the hazard switch to get at the relay for replacement. Good luck.
you must have a blowed fuse.
When both of the turn signals (indicators) of a car blink simultaneously, it is usually because the hazard lights are turned on.
Probably a faulty multifunction/stalk switch.
Under the center of the dash, in front of the console, mounted on the firewall. This one flasher controls the hazard lights and turn signals.