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Old 02-02-2011, 10:43 AM   #1
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94 national douphin signal light problem

i have a 94 douphin the signal lights stoped working, checked all the fuses and the bulbs. power going to all fuses in fuse box. can anyone tell me what to check next. Also i have no 4 way flashers either

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Old 02-02-2011, 10:39 PM   #2
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Possibly the blinker itself. This device is sometimes a relay, sometimes a bi-metallic strip. But in either case, its job it to interrupt the light circuit to "blink" the lights (turn signals or emergency flashers).

The construction of the blinker/flasher is usually a thin black plastic base (square or round, where the electrical connectors are affixed) with a metal case (again: square or round...based on how the base looks). Often the noise you hear (when the blinker is blinking) is the relay or bi-metallic strip doing its thing. So this device is usually located under the dash....so they can be heard.

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If you are on a Ford chassis the probability that it is in the turn signal switch on the column is pretty good. Your local auto parts or Ford dealer can help you in this replacement.
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