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post #1 of 8 Old 07-01-2016, 05:49 AM Thread Starter
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I had to remove my dash to get my intercooler piping done and now I have a problem where basically when my car is running the 2 turn signals stay lit solid and the icons are also solid on the dash. Neither work when I move the signal switch. However when I put the 4 ways on the signals all blink. Ive checked grounds replaced flashers, bulbs.. Does anyone have any ideas??

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replaced flashers?

how many?


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I replaced the one on the driverside is there another??
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did you replace the hazard flasher or turn signal flasher?

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Not sure which one it was it was on driverside near the fuses car is a 92.
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well I suggest you find out which one you replaced, if it was the hazard, then find the turn signal one and change it.

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Ok will do.. Do you think that's the problem?
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The big one under the dash actually ON the fusebox is the hazard warning flasher. Hopefully you've figured this out by now, but just in case...there's also an actual fuse for the turn signal lamps. Check your fuse box diagram for which one.

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