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i posted ealier, but I can't find any help. I'm trying to get my turn signals to work. I don't have a owners manual. I have a 2000 superduty 4X4. Can someone send me a pic of the actual diagram, of what fuse goes to what, so I can check fuses, or if anyone has any advice it would be great! Thanks The weird thing is that the hazard's work, but the turns' don't
a repair shop--didnt get it fixed. thought id fix it myself but then i was told it was kinda tricky because of the airbag. so-------im doing w/out hazards for the time being. i think the whole switch was about $100
99 F250 PSD 4X4,INTAKE,EXHAUST,60HP SUPERTUNER
95 SOA YJ
ive heard the assembly is expensive. Hopefully ill be getting a flatbed all-in-one for christmas, if i do ( i am but will pretend to act suprised) ill scan in the owners manual diagram for fuses. Email me or contact me after christmas...
I'm having similar problem, I have brake and stop and runing but not turn or hazard. I replaced switch assembly on strreing wheel it cost me $44 and very simple to change but I'm still having same problem.
I had the same problem with my 99. But my turns were intermittent. They worked when they wanted to. Then my hazards went. No one could tell me about the fuses, but the box was clicking. For whatever reason, they started workin out of the blue. No problems for about a year and a half.
'99 F-250 Super Duty 4x4, PSD, Superchips Micro Tuner, A little gloss black paint on the argent accessories, slotted rotors(let the brakes go to long), K&N Air Filter, tiny tires(for now)
I found a relay under the dash (you could feel it click when the siginals would work intermitly) it was in a holder bracket with a snap cover approx 1.5" wide and 3 " long "Black in color) to the right of driver leg, it was a real bear to get out ( i had to take cover off and remove 7 MM screw and pull holder down so I could see it. I checked the part number with ford parts and it was a flasher relay PN; TBB89 H252 MADE IN USA F65B ( 5 PRONG) .
Maybe this will help others !
I purchased all of my parts from FORD dealer, I have a neighbor that works in parts thath is why the good price.
2000 Excursion Turn Signals Hazard Flashers Not Working
I had a similar discrepancy. After doing some radio work, my turn signals did not work at all. The hazard flashers were intermittent dependent upon the height of the adjustable steering wheel. I set the steering wheel full down, flashers on and pressed upwards on the wiring harness running into the steering wheel. The flashers worked. This particular was under some strain as evidenced by the fact that it was being pulled from its mounting bracket (which is plastic). I tywrapped the harness up, and those two systems are good. Cruise control is still on the blink...
My left turn signal light was flashings fast,so i figured it needed a bulb.I picked one up on the way home,well it wasn't burnt out.Checked the flasher it was flashing normal for everthing other than left turn,so i replaced it,so everthing flashed normal but still the left rear turn signal didn't work.Any ideas?
That sounds to me like the relay under the dash that was described a few posts earlier. I had the same thing happen and that's what it wound up being. I don't have my manual on me right now but hopefully someone else will chime in with one. If not I'll try and get it to you this weekend.
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Does the brake light on that side work? What about the parking light? If neither works, I'd say bad ground on that light, if the parking works, but not the brake/turn, its probably the wire feeding that part of the light.
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