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Old 11-23-2011, 03:35 AM   #1
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Left blinker works, right one doesn't

As I stated, left side blinkers work, but the right side blinkers stopped working. It happened gradually, like one day the right side would work, another it wouldn't. 2 days ago to get the blinker to work, I had to put pressure upwards on the blinker stick. Now when I flip the stick up, nothing comes on. The blinkers don't come on, the blinker light in the dash stays off, no ticking sound of the blinker blinking, nothing. The left side works perfectly. What happened?? I have not checked if the bulbs work by the hazards but I will check that in the morning.
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Re: Left blinker works, right one doesn't

check the hazards if thats ok sounds like a bad turn signal switch.
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Old 12-03-2011, 08:23 PM   #3
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Re: Left blinker works, right one doesn't

Alright, so when I put the hazards on, the left side blinks as it normally would. The right rear blinker blinks as well. The right front blinker just stays on, no blinking. When the lights are turned on, the right front blinker turns on, but that's all it does. Does this sound like a bad blinker switch?
http://www.autozone.com/autozone/par...ier=65848_0_0_
^ If I buy this and install it, will it fix said problem with blinkers? Also with that ^, will it fix my high beams that don't work either?
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Re: Left blinker works, right one doesn't

sounds like a bad switch, here is a link that has the schematic, you can test it all and jumper it at the lower column connector.

https://www.thirdgen.org/forums/elec...al-switch.html (turn signal switch?)
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