Drove my truck for the first time in about a month today. She started right up and all seemed normal. Got a mile down the road and found out my turn signals aren't working. Then I flipped on the blower as my temp guage said the well anticipated heat was ready - blower is dead.
I just got to work and haven't looked into it yet.... I imagine one of the flashers is bad. Guess I will be cheking fuses, etc tonight ( if I don't freeze on the way home!)
that stinks in this weather I have the same problem with the little ranger no turn signals I can only go straight, guess thats better than a stuck signal where you go in circles all the time. my problem with my heater is the truck sat for like 2 yrs, adn has moisture in the ducts somewhere, so when I turn the defrost on it fogs the windows.
nope not a hole in the heater core 2 reasons I know this one if it is antifreeze you can smell it, second no loss of coolant or wet in cab, it has a fabricated air box to clear the 302, and I figure that in the 2 years of sitting a mouse nest was built in there and got wet, and this is the moisture from that when I get it warmed up. (only does it when it is completely warmed up, and putting out hot air)
My guess is its your ignition switch has play in it and needs to be in just the right spot to make contact with everything.
I just had another thought along those lines, I had one that was just old and gummy, and when it got cold the grease was just stickly enough that it wouldn't come all the way back to the run position on its own, but just a slight amount of preasure would bring it into position and away you go.
Good call stallyn don't know why I didn't remember that one.