Start by checking your fuses. Then bulbs. Then switches in that order.
Check the fuses and the flasher unit.
Check the fuses and the bulbs.
Replace the flasher.
For most vehicles the hazards and signals are two separate circuits, they have separate fuses and separate flashers. Check your signal light fuse and signal light flasher.
Check the fuses first of all. I think the Durango has two flashers as well, one for the hazards and one for the signals so it could be a bad flasher.
There are two flashers, one for the hazards and one for the signals.
Could be the bulbs or the fuses or the flashers or the signal switch assembly
Both fuses # 13 and # 18 are 15 amp fuses for the electronic flashers ( it doesn't show which is the hazards and which is for the turn signals )
Sounds like a relay, which should be near or in the fuse box.
The year, make and model would help but, check the fuses, the bulbs, the flasher relays and last but not least, the switch.
Check your fuses first. If the fuse is good replace the flasher relay.
The best thing I could suggest would be to check the wiring, fuses and switches.
have you tried replacing the flasher u need to replace the flasher can for the turn signals there are 2 one for hazards and one for turn signals usually found in the fuse box, and cost about 3 bucks
Check your relay switches that should be located near the fuse box.
The 1990 VW Jetta turn signals will not work when the ground wire is broken or corroded. The turn signals may need the lightbulb's replaced.
First thing to do is check your fuses. Look under the hood for a fuse box there. It will be labeled on top and should show you what fuse is for what item. My 93 Prizm has this and there are two fuses for the headlights. Check them first. If they're okay, you need to check the plug-ins to the bulbs themselves. If they're okay, check the bulbs and if they're okay, check the wiring harness for any breaks. Your turn signals don't have a thing to do with your headlights.
It could be the turn signal bulbs, some vehicles use separate bulbs for the hazard and turn signals. It could also be a bad switch or wires for the turn signals.
Blown fuse or bad flasher unit. Often, cars use different flasher for the turn signals and the flasher, so it is possible for the hazards to work and not the turn signals.
You could have a lose wire in the stering column.
Separate circuits, separate fuses, separate flasher relay. Check the hazard fuse, hazard flasher and hazard switch.
Yes and No. Circuit breakers, fuses, and switches all interrupt power flow when opened. Circuit breakers and fuses are current limiting devices that are designed to protect the wiring. They typically are tripped, or blown which automatically causes the circuit to be opened. Circuit breakers and fuses should not be used as switches. Switches are designed to only interrupt power flow.
Check the fuses.
The 1996 Mitsubishi headlight fuses are in the fuse box. The fuse box is in the engine compartment. There are two separate fuses for the headlights. The location of the fuses can be found on the inside cover of the fuse box.
2 separate circuits, separate fuses and separate flasher relays. Check the fuse, if okay then replace the signal flasher relay.