turn signals hazzard lights

Asked by Feb 04, 2009 at 01:27 AM about the 2003 Pontiac Grand Am

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

cheched fuses in fuse box all seem good whats the next step plz help

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Find the flasher relay. It is usually located in or near the fuse box. Put the signals on and gently tap on the relay. If the lights start working or flash once, then the relay is probably bad. Replacement relays are inexpensive (usually less than $10) so it may be worthwhile to buy one for testing purposes.

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i have ran into this a lot lately.....there is a internal relay on the turn signal switch and the only way to fix it is by replacing the switch...they are very expensive....call a junk yard andn see if you can find some cheap

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