No hazard/brake/turn lights

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Asked by May 19, 2010 at 08:18 PM about the 1995 Ford E-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Dealer tech moved the steering wheel tilt on our 1995 e150 conversion van and we lost brake/turn/hazard functions.  Any way to fix this other than the $100+ diagnostic/repair the dealership wanted?

2 Answers

if the dealer tec moved your tilt,and you can prove it happend afterward,then the dealer is responsable for the fix.go in raising heck in the showroom about it,they will be glad to fix it for you.makes them look bad for the costmers in their.

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if the issue was caused by a dealer then u don't need to pay for it. http://www.fordeseries.com/2010-cargo-van/

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