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Old 02-11-2014, 10:34 AM   #1
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I need help with two issues one : I have a shurflo water pump , using it and it shut off. I'm looking for a dedicated circuit , protected by a slow blow fuse . Second issue no turn signals , sometimes hit a bump in the roadway and they work . How and where do I start looking for a short ? Thank you everyone John
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Turn signal not working

I would start under dash, moving wires. Key on, turn signal on. You should be able to hear turn signal when it starts working. I would start with the turn signal fuse. Hope this helps.

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John- On my Landau, there is a connector for the turn signals high up in the steering column. At times, it would lose contact when making a turn.
The cover for the steering column comes apart and I put put the connector together and then used a tie-wrap to hold it. It is under stress from the weight of the harness.
Hope this helps.
The 12 volt fuse box, the fuse for the right middle lights (#2, a yellow wire) provides power to the water pump switch on my diagram.

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