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Old April 6th, 2014, 08:35 PM
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Turn signals out

O basically they just stopped today, both left and right signals, all other lights work, high beams, etc on the same stalk. Hazards don't.
I replaced the relay about 6 months ago.
So what are the odds it is the relay, or the hazard switch?

Fuses are not blown either.
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Old April 6th, 2014, 08:45 PM
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Or the flasher.
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Old April 6th, 2014, 08:47 PM
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I'd put money on the fact that you just need to pull your hazard switch out slightly. This used to happen to mine periodically, until I took the switch apart and cleaned it all. Give it a try.

For what it's worth I'm working on a conversion kit to the Carling Hazard Switch for the NAS trucks.
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That's what started with my 94. Next to go out was the fuel pump. The cause was the computer(EMECU).
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How does the fuel computer have anything to do with the flasher relay? Serious question...
I'm going to pull the fuse box tomorrow and hopefully replace the relay with an auto parts bit if I can find one and go from there.
I do have a spare ECU but haven't ever tried it. I probably should anyway.
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On further review....
Blown hazard fuse, fixed now. I'll see if it repeats and go from there if needed.
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How does the fuel computer have anything to do with the flasher relay? Serious question...
I'm going to pull the fuse box tomorrow and hopefully replace the relay with an auto parts bit if I can find one and go from there.
I do have a spare ECU but haven't ever tried it. I probably should anyway.
Fuck if I know!
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