95 vw jetta turn signals not workingReplaced relay and turn signal unit and fuse still nothing !
I have tried everything even did the just answer thing, only way I can get any type of light to work is
to jump the relay,anything I may not have tried ?
Is your battery okay? somehow reduced voltage would produce this, Hose off the top of the battery, removing corrosion, then take a wirebrush and clean all connections, that one loop piece, both sides, the post too, tighten the positive, then on the negative is important to have a solid ground to the chassis (not rusted), and the engine needs all those amps to drive that starter up to full potential. Think that if you 'run clean' power-wise, the problems will go away!
from 95, the thing very well could be causing this whole magilla. a reliable 13.5 volts is what we'd like to see with a ten second load test- otherwise there is a program of pro-rating (I know Interstate does this) so you could get rid of this battery and get another big 60cca one to replace it.
All is good n clean ! Only way I can even get the turn indicators on dash or exterior to light up is to jump relay with a wire !
look at your firewall to make sure all the lovely plastic connectors are fully connected, you could even pull apart and re-connect each one. If you have a wiring diagram may show which connector is responsible for the turn signals, the wire colors that you are looking for and get a "piercer" for your multi-meter so you won't have to undo anything- track....like a hound dog, where the scent of electricity disappears...it's what fifteen feet of automobile we have here? just how tricky can this be?
Even with the car running the hazard switch lights up but does not blink, the turn signals or indicators won't turn on and the relay (not jumped) only clicks once , the original relay if put back in only buzzes and the new relay clicks once, battery says 525 cca
Hey! 'bout the flasher unit itself....a baddie! no?
It's just funky that if I jump the relay then I can manually do the signals Weird but I guess I will try more n more
Flasher unit as in hazard/flasher switch ? That is brand new I just installed it as the last option
not feeding of the panel box of relays,lift out and look under it wires coroded maby,assuming fresh reley tried first
Yes fresh relay as well
under box look for reason no 12 volt to reley
I have 12 volt to relay but what's confusing is the relay isn't clicking and turning power to lights but I will also check into wiring more in fuse/relay box, would the alarm be an issue as well ?
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