I had a front left flasher problem on my jetta 97. The bulb looked OK but you could notice the solder on one of the contact on the bulb was some sort of melted a little. That was enough to make it stop working. Even tried to pull on the contact blade in the connector. It work for couple of days and bam ded again. Replaced with a new bulb and flasher worked again. Hope it help someone. == == the Flasher Or a bad turn signal switch
Faulty light bulbs, damaged engine.
check your bulbs some bulbs have two filament on them one may be out and the other working.
Check all of the three bulbs try replacing with working bulbs this should resolve the issue unless you have a bad module.
Emergency flashers are a separate circuit. I would replace the turn signal flasher relay. To find it, switch on your turn signals and follow the sound. The flasher is probably worn. I hope this helps.AnswerWhat he said, or you have a bulb out...
it is the relay, change it, it is the hazard button, the one with the red triangle.
Check the bulbs - they are doubloe filamented with the smaller being for brake/turn signals Check the fuses
because that what they are for. otherwise they would be orange headlights.
you prob need new bulbs
Check the flasher for the turn signals which is under the dash on the left side of the steering column . It is different from the emergency flasher.
The circuit becomes open and hence the other bulbs too stop working.......
Check the bulbs they are double filamented with the smaller for stop and turn signals
There are a number of reasons that your signals might not be working. First off, I would check your fuses to make sure none of them are blown; next, check your bulbs. If those are all okay it might be your turn signal relay--in many car models these are located around the fuse panel somewhere, although they may not be immediately visible--also check to see if your hazard lights are working--if they are, and your fuses and bulbs aren't burnt it's probably your signal relay (note: there is one for the hazards and one for the turn signals) If your hazards and your turn signals are not working you may have a more in depth electrical problem, or both relays could be blown--however unlikely. One of the last things I would look at is the actual switch in the driving column that turns on your signals.
its is you tachnometer that needs to be reseated or replaced.
If one wire was to break only one of the bulbs on the circuit would stop working whereas if one wire broke on a series circuit all the bulbs would stop working.
Defective flasher relay.
turn signals and emerg flashers work off a flasher can. go to any auto store and buy a new one they are cheap and easy to replace
On many cars one bulb on one side will cause both front and rear turn signals not to work so 1st check bulbs. Hope it fixes.
If the parking/tailight fuse is good - then it may be a bad headlight switch No tail lights but the bulbs are working? Please explain.
you need a new onr they do this occasionally and then need to be replaced
I DO NOT KNOW IF I WAS A MECHANIC I WOULD BE WORKING AS ONE
The year, make and model would help but, check the fuses, the bulbs, the flasher relays and last but not least, the switch.
The bulb is bad. Turn signals and flashers use different bulbs.
Check bulbs or may be problem in steering column Check bulbs or may be problem in steering column Check bulbs or may be problem in steering column
4 way flashers and turn signals both have a "flasher can" in the system to make the lights flash the turn signal and 4 way flashers are controlled independantly of each other try replacing the flasher can for the 4 way flashers it is obvious that the bulbs are ok because they work on turn signals