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If you turn the turn signal ON, does the light come ON and stay ON, and just not flash, or does the light not come on at all? let us know, thank you.
Alright, did you check voltage at fuse 12 7.5 amp fuse by chance?
Usually when the lights won't even come on at all, it's not the flasher, if the flasher is bad, they will usually come on and not blink. But, I suppose it could be the flasher, flasher is a 3 prong small black item usually, and it's tucked under the dash to the left of the steering column. Does your flasher have 3 pins on it?
Alright, check fuse 12 it's a 7.5 amp fuse. if it's blown you won't have turn signals. That flasher is up under the dash on left hand side of the steering column,
alright, if the fuse looks good, check fuse 20 as well, it is a 15 amp. Does the hazard switch light up when you push it? does anything happen?
Check that hazard fuse, 15 amp
It's the last blue fuse in the row there, looking at your diagram. where it says HAZARD 15 amp.
I see that, put one in it if you have another one. just for the fun of it. it looks a bit discolored on the bottom in that picture.
it is to the left of the steering wheel under the dash, and hangs down slightly, it's either black or grey in color if it is the factory one.
it will have 3 wires going to it.
Has that got 2 or 3 wires going to it? it likes like just 2.
OK, I believe that is it, just leave it up there for now, push the tab on that connector and disconnect the flasher, plug yours in and see if it fixes it.
Alright, note that BROWN/WHITE wire comes directly from the 7.5 amp fuse, and goes into the hazard switch and is supposed to come out of the hazard switch and go directly to the flasher. Here is the wiring diagram you can trace the circuit with. What I want to do, is see if you have power on the BROWN/WHITE wire at that flasher with the key ON. Can you check that with a volt meter or test light?
if you push the hazard switch, does the switch even light up?
Alright, you could try another hazard switch, but I would first make sure you had power to the 7.5 amp fuse that supplies power to the BROWN/WHITE wire at that flasher, if you look at that diagram you can see that the BROWN/WHITE wire comes through the fuse to the hazard switch, through the hazard switch and to flasher to the turn signal switch and to the bulbs. You'll have to trace the circuit to make sure you have power through the hazard switch with a test light or volt meter. I believe it's probably going to wind up being a faulty hazard switch. But the circuit will have to be traced with a tester to be 100% sure. Let me know if you have any further questions. Thank you.