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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-22-2011, 08:49 AM Thread Starter
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Driving home one night in the rain my friend decided to turn on the hazard lights... Once i noticed i quickly pushed the button to turn them off. But they didnt turn off. So i took apart the dash and just unplugged the switch. Is there any fuse I can take out that is connected to something i do not need? Because there is not a fuse for the hazards unless i completely missed it. I really don't want a circular hole in my dash without the hazard button. I figured it would be easier just to take a fuse out.



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pull the fuse for turn signals. that should tell you. i would guess its that one.

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Just get a new switch can't be that much and you already have the other one out so why not just replace it. I'm sure you can pull one out of a junk yard for just a few bucks.
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pull the fuse for turn signals. that should tell you. i would guess its that one.
And if it is the fuse for the turn signal how can i to get it from stop flashing? While still having turn signals



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id start by checking the switch. the problem is probably there if your turn signals work properly. like viper said, shouldnt be that expensive. maybe a pita to take out though. hopefully not a bcm problem. you could take it to a dealership and have them scan the bcm for codes first i guess.
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