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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-03-2010, 08:42 AM Thread Starter
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00' Cherokee no directionals or harzards

I am hoping someone can help me. I was driving the other day & hit the turn signal & Nada also no hazards, So I go out and buy a flasher relay, nothing. then I order A new switch on the column, installed it . nothing. checked the light bulbs all around nothing wrong with them. Am I missing something any help is appreciated. Thank you
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did you check the fuses? At the flasher can, use a volt meter to check for 12v.
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Lightbulb

It's probably the canceling cam. Late.

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It's probably the canceling cam. Late.
don't think so... the cam only releases the signal lever from "signaling position." also the hazards over ride the turn signal switch. definitely a wiring (power supply) type problem in my opinion.
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Good point. It's probably a short to ground then...since he replaced several things the wires are probably frayed. Late.

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