Detail: Blinkers not working on my 1995 rodeo. Checked fuses ok. Thinking maybe the flasher unit but can't find where to get to it.
Solution: Hi, a 6ya Mechanic can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two. Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repair professionals here in the US. click here to Talk to a Mechanic (only for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. Goodluck! , Your F--150 has 2 flashers, emergency and turn signal. Both are mounted on the fuse block under the dash. The turn signal flasher is mounted on the front of the fuse panel, the emergency flasher is mounted on the rear of the fuse panel. so replace the turn signal flasher should solve the problem. Let me know how it goes. , While not likely, it is possible that the light bulbs in both sides are have bad filaments. Turn on ignition key (but don't start engine). Then turn on parking lamps (first detent or "click" on headlamp switch). Walk around car and look for illumination on front parking lamps and rear tail lights. Turn on the right turn signal. Are those (right hand) lamps now changing brilliance? Try the left turn signal in the same manner. Are those (left hand) front and rear lights changing briiliance? Take note of any positions that did NOT change briliance when the turn signals were activated. If NONE changed briliance, you either have a bunch of bad bulbs (unlikely) or a bad flasher (more likely) or a bad turn signal switch (most likely) or perhaps wiring problems (possible if the car has been in a collision or has been "worked on" by some "non-expert" mechanic). Check the action of the emergency flasher control switch located on the steering column (facing up). Pushing it in (down) should result in the button going to two different heights alternately (low, high, low, high). You could just have bad flashers or corroded flasher contacts! Good luck! , I'm leaning towards a bad multifunction switch on your steering column. symptom chart The turn signal lamps are never on Central junction box (CJB) fuse 27 (15A). Circuitry. Electronic flasher. Multifunction switch. CJB. Go To Pinpoint Test K . The hazard lamps are inoperative Central junction box (CJB) fuse 18 (20A). Circuitry. Electronic flasher. Multifunction switch. CJB. Go To Pinpoint Test M . Multifunction Switch Removal and Installation Remove the ignition switch lock cylinder. Insert the ignition key into the lock cylinder and turn to the RUN position. Push the ignition switch lock cylinder release tab with a punch while pulling out the ignition switch lock cylinder. If equipped, twist the tilt wheel handle and shank and remove. Remove the upper and lower steering column shrouds. Remove the screws. Remove the upper and lower steering column shrouds. Remove the multifunction switch. Remove the screws. Disconnect the electrical connectors. Remove the multifunction switch. To install, reverse the removal procedure. You can do this. You don't even have to remove the steering wheel. Buy the part at tascafordparts.com for about 35% off too. Please rate as fixya if this fixes your issue and report back on success. good luck. , I've had the same problem in my 1994 buick. The switch is in the steering column. Must remove aribag etc... I took mine in and got it fixed for $250. , there are two flashers one for turning,one for the blinkers,and fuses to each, recheck them 4 totals