My turn signals on left side front and back are not working

Asked by Sep 30, 2016 at 12:46 PM about the 2007 Ford Escape XLS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Both front and back left side turn signals are not
working . bulbs are good

3 Answers

17,235

recheck bulbs on all lights and grounds for each and check the bulb sockets, look for shorts.

Mine doing the same thing but started out with right side now both left and right not working. All bulbs are good but no flashers. I was told it was the 'smart junction box' that needed replaced. i have been asking around trying to find out where it is located at but cant seem to find anyone who knows. Would like to try and fix myself. Was told it would be around $750 to fix. OUCH!!!! Good luck with your issue. Hopefully its not the same problem.

17,235

Are your emergency flashers out too? It may be your Turn Signal/Hazard Flasher, looks like a relay and it should be under the dash between steering column and under dash fuse panel and most look something like the photo below.

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