Check all the left side turn signal bulbs by removing them and looking at the wire filaments to see if one is broken, and also clean the sockets that the bulbs go into, to remove any corrosion or dirt or moisture.
If your right side signals are working, it is safe to assume that the turn signal flasher is OK, so only check the left side, front and rear. Finally double check to see if you replaced the CORRECT fuse, by looking at the fuse diagram in your owners manual.
Check or replace the socket
The trun signal lever needs to be replaced.
if only one turn signal is out your looking at a blown bulb not a fuse as the turn signals are on one fuse if it blew none of your signals would work but to check anyway look in manual to find which fuse is turn signal fuse located fuse box and pull it
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.
Check for a bad socket Turn signal flasher? Switch at steering column?
bad or wrong bulb is your lights
Do you want the flasher or the turn signal fuse? The flasher is mounted on the left side of the steering column under the dash and the turn signal fuse in in the fuse panel. GoodluckJoe
Probably in the fuse bloick on the left end of the instrumnent panel
looking for the fuse number for a 2006 4cylinder honda accord left blinker signal
bad wiring or ground somewhere in the harnesses or fuse box
There isn't a separate fuse for the left turn signal from the right. Chances are, it's your switch which is bad.
If you replaced the flasher on your 1999 Mercury Cougar and your turn signals are still not working, you should check the turn signal fuse. This fuse is located under the dashboard on the driver's side of the vehicle to the left of the steering column.
it should be with the fuses,i just replaced mine yesterday.bottom left hand corner of the fuse box
Fuse #7 is the turn signal circuit. 10 AMP. 2nd fuse fron the left in the 2nd row from the top.
I had this same problem. Sometimes left turn signal would work and sometimes it wouldn't. I replaced all lights and the turn signal multifunction switch..this didnt fix problem. I finally replaced the turn signal flasher and this solved the problem. I got mine at NAPA auto parts. It cost about 40 dollars. Hope this helps.
Its the turning signal/flasher module, left side of dash behind the fuse box. Its a dealer part only about 98.00
bulb or turn signal fuse/relay
Check and see if you have power coming to each blub. If you do i would replace the relay switch in the fuse panel box.
Check the ground wire and the light socket for the left turn signal bulbs (front and rear). You might be getting a ground loop.
If the left turn signal doesn't work but the right one does and you're positive it's not a bad light bulb, it's not the fuse. More likely it's a bad turn signal switch.
Left side dash panel, fuse number 4, 14 amp.
The turn signal fuse in on the fuse panel located on the right (passenger) side of the dash. Open the passenger door and remove the panel on the side of the dash to expose the fuses. The turn signal fuse is on the left side of the fuse panel. The owner's manual has a map of fuses (pg 6-66).
I noticed in the fuse panel diagram that fuse # 3 , a 7.5 amp fuse for the Left Stop / Turn Trailer Tow Connector is listed .
When you open the drivers' door and you look to the left of the dashboard you will see a small panel that has to be popped out, that is where the fuse is.
It is a Light Blue Fuse (15 Amps) located on position # 13 on the left side of the Turn Signal Flasher (the big bulky round device at the bottom of the Fuse Panel Assy).