how do I disable the turn signal on a 2002 Kia spectra?

Asked by Jan 13, 2015 at 08:56 AM about the 2002 Kia Spectra

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the Turn signal is broken, the left turn signal is consantly on. how do I disable the turn signal till I get it to the shop? My thoughts are to pul the fuse, but it is not clear whitch one to pull. it says Hazard is fuse #13, and thats the closest discription. it does not indicate whitch is for the turn signal. is that the correct fuse?

4 Answers

10

I'd go with that fuse. All it is is both turn signals. Pull it and take it to a mechanic or maybe buy a new fuse.

255

Recommend the flasher first, the fuse may control other lights.

I dont see a discription of Flasher in the Owners manual to point to me whitch fuse it is. Do you know the fuse #?

255

Not sure specifically on those. I would have thought the owners manual would reference the flashers, but Asians have a different way of doing things in the cars. If not the owners manual, then you'd need a repair manual. Some of the auto parts sites list parts locations for fuses and flashers and such.

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