2005 Jeep Liberty No left turn signal at all
When the turn signal arm is in the left turn position; no clicking, no left turn dash indicator, neither front nor real left turn bulbs illuminate or flash. Right turn signal working perfectly. Same symptoms when hazzard button is engaged; no left turn dash indicator, neither front nor real left turn bulbs illuminate or flash, right side works fine. Same symptoms when remote lock / unlock features are used; nothing on the left side, right side works fine. Switched left and right turn signal bulbs, no change/same symptoms. Swapped all fuses, no change. Removed the left and right tail light assemblies, plugged left tail light assembly into the right plug, and the right tail light assembly into the left plug; no change, same symptoms. Is there a flasher/relay located behing the hazzard button above the radio on this year/module as I have seen in some posts? If so, could this be the problem? If not, what could it be?
Burnt out bulb
there should be a flasher in the jeep but not behind the radio
I had the same problem,I replaced the bulbs,fueses,removed hitch connection and even replaced the turn signal swicth, the problem was fixed when I replaced the Hazzard / flasher switch above the radio. the new part cost $42.00. Remove 1 screw by the lighter socket,remove the panel with flat screw driver,disconnect 2 connections from behind A/C controls.remove 4 screw from radio becareful with the antena connection,remove 1 screw from the hazzard switch,release the push pins disconnect module. connect new switch. But before anything first disconnect the negative side of the battery first, problem should be solved.
same thing, no left blinker or left hazard. replaced hazard switch in center of dash in 10 min. works perfect now.
2004 Jeep Liberty (Hazard Flasher), No Turn Signals, found 2 blown fuses, replace fuses, Hazard Flasher worked right side only, right blinker worked, turned on left blinker fuse popped. Traced wiring from left rear tail light to hazard flasher, checked wiring from multifunction switch (Turn Signal Switch) all wiring good, left blinker would not illuminate on dash, right blinker would. Replaced Flasher (Salvage 35.00), or (Dealer $120.40), went with salvage part - installed fixed problem.
The 10A FUSE for the BLINKERS (turn signals) on my 2003 Jeep Liberty is located on the BOTTOM RIGHT inside fuse box by door I thought it was other things but NO. I just pulled all the fuses and by default found it. The REAR Wiper Fuse 20A is in the MIDDLE column and 2nd Down. fyi. FINALLY fixed it. Was not part of the relay because the emegency flashers worked and all lights worked
great thank you Fuse 39 was the one
I have recently had a similar problem when I tried to turn on blinker it was blinking rapidly as if the blow- up was blown I noticed that the front left light wasn't blinking but the back-left light was after watching all the comments on here I came to the conclusion that it had to be an era in the light harness I took a while your brothers cleaned out the harness where you plug in the light and it works
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