Yes, that would be your signal lights, the left set for left turns and the right set for right turns.
Replace the turn signal flasher relay.
Check the left turn signal bulb. It is probably burnt out.
Its the turning signal/flasher module, left side of dash behind the fuse box. Its a dealer part only about 98.00
You may have a "ground loop" problem on the left turn signal. Check the ground wire at the front and rear signal bulbs.
Depending on what type of vehicle it is, it could be the combination flasher relay. 2000 Dodge Caravan, same problem. Replaced DRL/Flasher Relay, problem fixed. Was an expensive dealer only relay...
Check ground circuit Check bulbs they are duble filamented one may be burned out Seems to me there is a wire crossed at the harness. I think the vehicle left turn signal wire is hooked up to the trailer tail lights wire. Usually there are four wires at the trailer harness, yellow, green, white, and brown, The brown wire is usually the tail lights and side marker lights, the white wire is ground, the yellow and green go to the left and right signal lights.
my left turn signal on my 1997 dodge conversion van works fine,the right signal lights but does not blink,,,,any ideas
If the right one works,it might be a bad bulb or a bad ground.
Our 04 Envoy had a recall on turn signals and tail-lights, they just had to replace a relay. I would check with your dealer to see if your vehicle has been recalled.
It turns out the problem was that a couple of bulbs on the left side were burned out (front left turn signal, one of the rear turn signal/brake light bulbs.) After replacing the rear bulbs, the signal would work, albeit slowly. Once I pulled the front left turn bulb (with the intent of replacing it the next day), the turn signal light went steady-on regardless even without moving the signal indicator arm. That problem also went away when the remaining bad bulb was replaced.
Either the driver is indication the wrong way or the wiring to the indicators is crossed.
Sounds like you simply have A burned out bulb, Turn the signal on and look at all the lights to see if any are burned out. Could be A marker light if its in the turn signal circuit.
AnswerPossible a bad turn signal flasherYou more than likely have a blown bulb. if the flasher was bad the left side indicator on the dash would not blink. do a quick inspection around the car with the left side on and then the right, you will notice which bulb is blown.Hope this helps."85MGM"
Sounds like a blown bulb somewhere on the righthand signal side.
I was wondering is there a fuse diagram for the 2003 Ford Explorer XLT? What causes the left and right signal lights to not work on the 2003 Ford Explorer XLT? Can the side mirrors on the 2003 Ford Explorer XLT?
You have some problems with electrical connections. Most likely the ground wire of the tail lights. Also, the left light may be burned out or have a POSITIVE wire connection problem.
Because the signal system is interconnected.Install new bulbs on the left side -including the front side...I realizethey work. You will be surprised.
i have conected the black and red wire to the brake and it works (the brake light that is) and i conected the blue and white to the signal lights each wire being left and right signal and it all works. but when i brake all of the light lights up the red bar for the brake and the orage bars left and right when i signal left or right whiles braking the signal works but the other signal light sticks on with the brake light. so if any one as any idears please let me know thanks
The fuse for hazard and signal lights on the Nissan Serena is in the fuse box, bottom row. The flasher fuse for hazard and signal lights is located in the dash just to the left of the radio.
Turn left indicator signal flashes rapidly when I use indicator, bulbs ok, no lights working
Perhaps one of the bulbs on that side of the car is out would be my guess.
You turn the turning signal up to go left and down to go right. You turn the turning signal up to go left and down to go right.
Replacing the non-working bulb for left turn should resolve the problem and it will stop the cops from pulling you over too.
I'm guessing you're talking about your turn signal light. From what you wrote I think I'd have to say it sounds like a bad turn signal switch. The brake lights run through the turn signal switch on mostly all vehicles.