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directional armature

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by 92CHB, Nov 2, 2004.

  1. 92CHB

    92CHB Senior Member

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    So i am working on getting my gauge cluster swap to work properly, i get in the car to see if I fixed the speedo problem and when i got to make a turn I hit my directional and nothing happens, no exterior turn signals or interior lights (little green lights). I checked with my hazard switch and they work and the fuse ain't blow either. I did have the cluster resting on the arm for like a second but that weighs like nothing. and i have hit the directional arm alot harder that that before.
    So what could it be? Is the switch dead? I know Ji has one up for sale i might buy if i need to but i'd rather not if there is an easy fix. Thsnks for any help :worthy:
     
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    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    Maybe your flasher module is broken?
     
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    well i was driving home from the store and i hit asmall pothole and when i went to turn into my driveway i hit my blinker outa habit and wall la it worked...gotta love the pothole of new england...now only if it could fix my speedo working right...
     
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    if you dont plug in your hazard switch, the blinkers wont work.
     
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