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Old 07-20-2016, 07:28 PM   #1
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2000 tradewinds lost turn signals and stop lights. changed blown fuse now stop lights work but still no turn signals. emergency flashers work changed e flasher with turn signal flasher still no work. all fuses by driver seat are good. any ideas.
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Did you check fuses with test light ?they will for a fact get loose and not work ,had it happen to me , also if its not a fuse in cab look under hood and ck those fuses fuse box should be on drivers side next to fender if you find no bad connections or bad fuses then it has to be turn signal switch and they are easy to replace .
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Your brake lights and signal lights and emergency flasher , should all have their own fuse .
Have you checked for power at the signal flasher plug in?
Any indication what was blowing the fuses?
Because all three run power through the steering column and the multi-function switch , there is the possibility that something is fried internal in the switch or column wiring.
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Thanks, found black box next to fuse panel with more fuses. Changed 10a fuse and they work.
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