I have searched the forums here & can't quite find what I am looking for. The turn signals & Hazard flashers have stopped working in my 1999 Expedition. Fuses are all ok. I can't seem to locate the flasher relay. Does anyone know where it is? Does anyone have a picture of the location?
Thanks in advance for your help!
Ok. I found the box & replaced the blue relay & nothing changed.
I did determine the following:
The brake lights don't work.
The flashers don't work.
The turn signals don't work.
However, the turn signals & brake lights both work when the flasher button on the steering column is in the on position.
I did replace the blue flasher. I verified that the part number on the blue unit was in fact the flasher.
If my turn signal switch is bad, why do the turn signals & brake lights work when the hazard button is in the on position, but they don't work when it is in the off position? And the hazards wont flash at all.
Thanks again for your help!
I have changed my multi-function switch twice, it was doing different strange things both times. Good thing it is easy to change.
98 XLT 4X4 5.4 W/aftercooled Vortech S/C, custom tuned w/lightning maf and 42# injectors, Flexlite electric fan, Lightning Head and Marker lights and LED tails, Bilsteins, S/S headers and Magnaflow catback, Pioneer nav system and Airlift rear bags w/compressor
Yes, the lock cylinder has to come out. Insert key and turn to RUN position; then insert punch thru hole in the lower steering column shroud and push the ignition switch lock cylinder release tab while pulling out the ignition switch lock cylinder.Twist the tilt wheel handle and shank and remove.Move gear selector to lowest position to access steering column opening cover.Release the four clips and remove the steering column opening cover.
Remove the upper and lower steering column shrouds. Remove the lower steering column shroud. Remove the upper steering column shroud.
Remove the multi function switch. Remove the two screws. Disconnect the electrical connectors. Remove the multi function switch.Then try to remember how you took it all apart!
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