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Old 02-26-2012, 04:11 PM   #1
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Hazards works but turn signal doesn't

Have a 99 mountaineer the hazards work but my turn signal doesn't work.
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Change the flasher under the instrument panel near the steering column. Doing so will most likely cure your problem.
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Change the flasher under the instrument panel near the steering column. Doing so will most likely cure your problem.
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Hmmm, that makes things a bit more difficult, n a bit of a bummer huh? I guess from here assuming all the fuses are good then I would get myself a muli-meter and a good wire diagram for your year explorer and start chasing wires and all connectors hopefully pinpointing the fault. I would say the link quoted above would be a great place to start? IMO anyway.
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IF it has a tilting steering column.

This seems like the easiest check:

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TILT the wheel UP TO THE WINDSHIELD all the way............. Drive for a few days, if the problem is gone its the wires..

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