If it was my truck I'd definitely remove all the trailer harnesses and take it back to stock. Clean the turn signal circuit system regularly. Of course you will need a new one which is not an expensive replacement, and well worth it if you ever want to get rid of that annoying rapid clicking… Hi, I've been having the same problem myself. GuruT84M1 answered 9 months ago Months back I installed red l. If so, then I'll just look at the brake light switch, first.
That goes down the other way enough. Use the same ohmmeter to check if the wire between the plug and the turn signal switch is working. This is a realy mystery. There are two holes on the one that is further away. Do the rears flash with the hazards on? That is the one special tool you will need. I believe it was a Stoplamp switch. You will need a steering wheel puller, but after that it is pretty basic and straightforward.
I've cleaned out the sockets an clicked them back ten times. I had to physically move the wipers to make them move again. If so, then I'll just look at the brake light switch, first. I'm lucky enough to still have my originals 220k miles but thats definitely something to consider. The left light does not fog up. I'm also thinking that the turn signal switch could be a problem as well.
Im not sure about the turn signal issue. Either one of the left or right signal lamp does not turn on when the turn signal switch is activated. Sometimes they get old and stop working as well, and be sure to get that little pin back on the arm correctly. Use rubbing alcohol to clean bulb and a clean cloth to install new bulb. The turn signal circuit is made up of the fuse, relay, flasher, instrument cluster, the turn signal bulbs and sockets, and last but not the least, the turn signal switch.
I finally replaced the switch, and my turn signals worked for about a day, then stopped working all together. If the key was turned off and the steering wheel was in a turned posistion, there could be pressure on the wheel and that stops the key from turning-- it will feel locked and jammed. Do not attempt to make this repair yourself. When it rains, the right front headlight fogs up creating a hazard as on coming traffic cannot see my turn signal. Sounds to me that with all the weird gremlins you seem to be having this is the root of your problem. Something is going on now. That comes down and now you need a 4-mm socket.
What you suppose caused that wire to melt? Once you've done that locate your fuse boxes. Good luck, keep us updated. There's a 4-mm bolt here and then if you go just up to the right you can look up in there and there is a 4-mm bolt right up in here and that allows this to come up enough. You need to remove the air bag fuse first then take off the air bag then the lock plate and the turn signal switch. The flashers don't work perfectly, they all come on, except for the front drivers side. I have a 96 chevy s10. Maybe that's what it was, but I took it off and it didn't make any difference, although I haven't blow a fuse yet, I don't think.
I'm lucky enough to still have my originals 220k miles but thats definitely something to consider. The right turn signal was randomly not blinking when I put it on and would just light up, but I figured out that if I turn it on with my hazards on and then turned the hazards back off, it'd work for a while. It seems that it helps the key pins drop back into place. Besides visual inspection, it's also a good practice to use a digital volt-ohm meter to check if the flasher or the fuse are working. So, here are a few maintenance tips you can follow to make sure your turn signal switch lasts long: Inspect the condition of your wires and other turn signal components frequently. I suggest you purchase a repair manual at any auto parts store. This switch controls the cruise control, turn signal, wipers, hazard lights etc.
I had the same problem and it is a very common one in most jeep owners. I want to help you save time and money repairing and maintaining your vehicle. All Replacement brand items are backed by 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty. Release preassure from key by turning wheel each way while turning key. There may be an easier way,but my experience taught me this solution. The rear running light plug is the only plug not getting power. The fuses for these are located on the driver's side of the cab on the left side of the steering wheel.